Nicaragua’s Opposition Creates New Coalition to Challenge Daniel Ortega

The new block seeks to force the regime to restore democratic freedoms, release political prisoners, and promote electoral reforms.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Students, farmers, entrepreneurs, feminists, indigenous peoples, academics, evangelicals, civil society organizations, victims of repression, and even traditional political parties launched a National Opposition Coalition in Nicaragua on Tuesday.

This new and diverse group seeks to force Daniel Ortega's regime to restore "confiscated" democratic freedoms, free political prisoners, and . . .

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