Jorge Castañeda on AMLO and the resilience of dictatorships

“We must continue pressuring, but without harboring any illusions. Dictatorships have proven themselves to be resilient"

Monsignor Alvarez begins hunger strike and demands end to police persecution

The outspoken Catholic bishop takes shelter in a Las Colinas church in Managua and calls on parishioners from Matagalpa and Estelí to join the fast

Return to diplomacy with Cuba

It will soon be clear that diplomatic normalization has little to do with the defense of democracy and respect for human rights

Ruth Lopez reviews the state of emergency in El Salvador

“Those who are causing the most violations are the National Civil Police and the Armed Forces,” says this human rights defender

ONAP, Granada International Poetry Festival and 17 other NGOs to be cancelled

ngos to be cancelled

Since 2018, 267 organizations, associations, foundations, centers, institutes of civil society have been forced to cease operating.

Nicaraguan Priest: “If anything should happen to me we know where it came from”

Priest Harving Padilla

The priest denounced the fact that both he and the congregation of Masaya’s San Juan the Baptist Church have been suffering “more persecution”

Minsa applies expired Sputnik Light and Pfizer vaccines

Medical sources confirmed that Minsa ordered to apply expired batch between January and February 2022, without informing the population.

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