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  Number 441 | Abril 2018
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Nicaragua

With the international siege closing in, the social networks are now a target
The executive branch’s spokeswoman announced on March 12 that the legislative branch would be asked to conduct a “grand national debate” on “issues we must review” because “all of us or nearly all of... continuar...

Nicaragua

Nicaragua briefs
CONGRATS TO RUSSIA……BUT NOT TO COSTA RICA Heading into the second week after Carlos Alvarado, the presidential candidate for Costa Rica’s Citizen Action Party, trounced Evangelical candidate... continuar...

Nicaragua

A country’s prisons reflect its social and political reality
I want to share not so much a legal or technical analysis of Nicaragua’s penitentiary system as some of my experiencces defending prisoners, given that I was a prisoner myself and have also investigated... continuar...

Nicaragua

Why are we ignoring science?
Nicaragua is a natural laboratory for evolution, just as the Galapagos Islands were for Charles Darwin more than a century ago, declared Melisa Olave, evolutionary biologist at the University of Konstanz... continuar...

El Salvador

A shift to the right in this year’s legislative elections
Rightwing parties won more congressional seats and municipal governments in the legislative and municipal elections this past March 4 than the Farabundo Martí National Liberation party (FMLN), which... continuar...

Centroamérica

Fears, efforts, lessons, challenges and hope in the second round of elections
At one of the most critical junctures in our country’s recent history, with its democratic stability at stake, Costa Rica elected Carlos Alvarado as President of the Republic for the next four years... continuar...

Internacional

The apocalypse according to Stephen Hawking
The renowned British scientist Stephen Hawking died in Cambridge, England, at the age of 76. Over nearly 60 years of public scientific life, the astrophysicist devoted himself to understanding the basic... continuar...

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