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  Number 137 | Diciembre 1992
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A Brisk Trade in Illusions
Among the many labor protests that shook Nicaragua in October, one of them particularly affected the populace: the lottery ticket sellers' strike to protest a decision by the Social Security and Welfare... continuar...


The Growth of Protestantism: From Religion to Politics?
In Nicaragua, Protestantism, particularly in its Pentecostal forms, is a growing phenomenon. Its growth rate in the last decade means that it now encompasses enormous human wealth. The following article... continuar...


A National Project: Necessary but Unattainable?
The political and economic crisis Nicaragua is living through gives urgency to the search for a clearly democratic and economically just national project with broad social consensus. In addition to... continuar...

El Salvador

El Salvador: Up Against the Calendar
On October 26, less than a week before the October 31 deadline, the United Nations proposed a recalendarization of the peace process in El Salvador, with December 15 as the new deadline for the final... continuar...


Rigoberta Menchú in Nicaragua
On October 16, Rigoberta Menchú Tum, heir of the Maya-Quiché people of Guatemala, was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. The Nobel Committee recognized in Rigoberta Menchú "a symbol of peace and reconciliation... continuar...


Honduras: Early Moves in the Electoral Game
Honduras' current electoral law obliges all legally registered political parties to select their own officers and candidates for government office by internal election. At the time this law was passed,... continuar...

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