Local FSLN leader resigns from party post; conflict confirms the use of police as surveillance apparatus against FSLN militants
“The only one who loses by not cooperating is the government”, warns Juan Pappier, of Human Rights Watch
The former university rector points out that the legal reforms seek “to consolidate political control in the universities.”
Economist Chaves defeated rival Jose Maria Figueres, who received 47.1% of the vote. The turnout was 57.2% of the regiestered voters.
The Ministry of the Interior can intervene and suspend a civil society organization for up to three years; its directors can also be imprisoned
The organization denounced the deforestation and invasion in protected areas of the country, and also warned of the 2018 fire in the Indio Maíz reserve
The new law legalizes the unilateral confiscation of assets from organizations deemed to be engaging in “political propaganda”.