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What does the Sandinista Front’s new mandate mean for Nicaragua? (+ Photos and Video)

Elmer Martinez, an executive at the Santinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), an expert on issues of international politics, focuses his administration on the human development program that emerges from the proposals of citizens; Based on economic growth and social progress.

“Education, health and infrastructure are the key sectors that have benefited from the Sandinista administration’s 15 years. The best roads in Central America and 23 public hospitals have been built at this point,” expert Brenza told Latina.

Martinez confirmed that despite the fact that about 10,000 houses are built each year, the area still feels the challenges of the new government and the need to improve access to drinking water and sanitation in some 153 municipalities. January 10.

Representatives from Cuba, Venezuela, Bolivia, Belize, Iran, Palestine, China, Russia and India will attend the inauguration of President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo; As well as 300 election comrades from progressive parties, organizations and associations.

In the last general election on November 7, the FSLN coalition won more than 75 percent of the vote, a total of 2,093,834 votes and the left-wing party 75 seats in the National Assembly.

Continuation of a community project

After the November 5, 2006 elections, before Daniel Ortega returned to the presidency, Nicaragua was led by a neoliberal-bourgeois executive under the command of bankers and issued a weak legal order guaranteeing fundamental rights. Prensa Latin educator Leonardo Gonzalez promised.

Leonardo Gonzalez, a professor at the National Autonomous University of Managua (UNAM-Managua), affirmed that access to services was guaranteed as part of the text of the constitution approved by governments in 1987 and early 1990s. They plundered the country in the 21st century.

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“Then, from January 10, 2007, the elected president must make a profound transition toward a social-democratic and revolutionary state; restructure various government structures and powers, including public policy strategies and the National Assembly,” he acknowledged.

From that date on, when the outgoing dignitary Enrique Bolanos (2002-2007) handed over the presidential sari to his successor, the Nicaraguan far right and the US embassy in Managua were unaware of the Ordega-led administration’s socialist career.

To date, there are more than 40 community programs, among which Gonzalez noted the need to reduce the number of product loans, Zero Hunger, Zero Usuri Bonds and school snacks, building parks, benefits for retirees, housing, energy and water subsidies, and extreme poverty.

International Alliance

According to Leonardo Gonzalez, the basic axis for promoting these citizen welfare programs has always been international politics, as Ordega already announced in his first speech that the country would be annexed by the then-Bolivarian Alternative (ALBA).

“In this mechanism, we see the best desire for dignity, freedom and autonomy to recover from poverty, and until 2013 services such as education, energy, health and productive agricultural development are based on joint projects with ALBA,” he said.

According to the expert, between 2007 and 2013, transactions between Nicaragua and the member states of the camp exceeded four million dollars, during which time direct trade with the United States, one of the major export markets, rose to two million dollars.

“Therefore, it is necessary to reclaim this kind of strategic memory related to the evolution and development of the territories that are members of the ALBA and the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (CELAC). Also, to preserve this kind of approach that allows a non-capitalist and unrestricted market,” he acknowledged.

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In 2018, during the coup attempt against President Ortega, the US embassy and the European Union were able to halt this tremendous progress and exchange with the world for a year, with the complicity and co-edification of the far right and the National Self-Help Group. By Nicaragua.

“We have always promoted diplomatic, business and geo-strategic relations with all cultures. We now want to take some action, as we have the scientific, technological and humanitarian fundamentals to re-establish the path of continuous progress,” Gonzalez argued.

He noted that the administration’s forecasts should focus on GDP growth of five to eight percent, in addition to strengthening the three axes of the Ortega government and vice president Rosario Murillo: education, manufacturing and the political system.

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