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  Number 446 | Septiembre 2018
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A time of uncertainty, a time of hope
It is still not at all certain when or how the April uprising will be resolved. Two parallel narratives about the origin of the crisis and the government’s continuing repressive response— one by the regime and its national and international followers and one by the civic rebellion and international investigating bodies— have polarized the country into seemingly irreconcilable positions. The United Nations basically endorsed the civic rebellion’s narrative in a report that resulted in it being thrown out of the county. How much longer before we finally see the “truth and accountability,” t he UN human rights’ office called for upon leaving Nicaragua? ... continuar...


Nicaragua briefs
APA SOUNDS A NICARAGUA ALARM” A joint mission of the Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) and Reporters without Borders, headed by IAPA President Gustavo Mohme, visited Nicaragua for three... continuar...


What are the economic limits to Ortega’s political project?
Given the economic crisis in Nicaragua starting in April of this year, can Daniel Ortega stay in government until 2021, as he says he will? This economist shares his economic and political analysis of today’s situation bearing in mind that economics and politics go hand in glove.... continuar...


Human rights violations and abuses in the context of protests in Nicaragua
We offer the full UN text documenting and analyzing the grave human rights violations committed since April 18 by the Ortega-Murillo regime as well as the abuses committed by “the other side” in response to the scaling up of official violence. Calling the agency that prepared it an “instrument of terror and death,” Ortega ordered the expulsion of the team of the Central America Regional Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).... continuar...


University struggles in Nicaragua (part 1) How we got to the 1959 student massacre
Today’s university students face greater demands than those of the past. They carry four hundred dead on their back and are up against a dictatorship now proven to be bloodier than that of the Somozas Reviewing their predecessors’ history, knowing where they come from could help the current students decide where to head.... continuar...

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