The world is again divided between support and obstacles
In the context of the “diplomatic” conflict, Daniel Ortega, Former Sandinista leader, takes over as president of Nicaragua. He is in office for the fourth time in a row. His wife, Rosario Murillo, Will serve as vice president for the next five years.
The Venezuelan president attended the ceremony. Nicholas MaduroAnd the President of Cuba, Colonel Miguel Diaz. Bolivia, Mexico, Palestine and the presidents also attended Democratic Arab Republic From Comrades and delegates Ambassadors from China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Syria, Cuba, Venezuela, Honduras, Belize, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Angola, Turkey, Belarus, Egypt, Malaysia and Yemen have historically been involved in the conflict. Armed, the United States and its allies.
For its part, the US government condemned the elections in Nicaragua, where Ortega won with 75% of the vote. Fraud complaints are spreading in various areas. It should be noted that the elections were held for different reasons, based on the fact that at least seven presidential candidates will be Ortega’s opponents. According to figures from the Inter-American Human Rights Commission, 335 people have been killed and about 120 political prisoners have been killed as a result of violent repression since the 2018 protests. Since then, a social and political crisis has developed among the 100,000 deported people. Most of them are fleeing to the United States with nothing to be jealous of in a shipwreck in the Mediterranean. The truth is that the United States and the European Union have promoted a series of sanctions targeting key officials and relatives of the country and Ortega.
Instead, the governments of China and Russia are entering into a strategic alliance with Central America. Not only has the Asian giant sent thousands of vaccines to Nicaragua, it has also recently opened an embassy in Managua. From the land of jars, vaccines, grains, buses were sent to the transport system and even a satellite station for possible renewal.
This is Ortega’s fifth time president. He was first elected in 1980, overthrowing the dictator and genocide. Anastasio Somosa. He was re-elected in December 2007 and has ruled the country without hindrance ever since. Nicaragua has recently begun steps to break away from the United Nations (OAS), which has long been inextricably linked with US foreign policy. Ortega condemns the intervention of foreign governments in his country’s self-determination as “insulting sovereignty”.
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