Tuesday, June 28, 2022


Apuntes sobre las elecciones en el Caribe Norte

In this article (in Spanish), the author visits a region that two decades ago was at the centre of the fight between the Reagan-sponsored contras and the Sandinistas, and finds that the Miskito indians have not experienced much progress.

Nicaragua: autonomy works (sort of)

Indigenous groups on the Atlantic coast and the Sandinistas are gradually learning how to live with each other. An interview with Michael Campbell from CEDEHCA.

Thousands of sugar cane workers die as wealthy nations stall on...

According to a new report, hundreds of sugarcane workers are dying in Central America as a result of of a strange kidney disease, without any serious investigation being carried out as to the cause.

Nicaraguan elections: why the Sandinistas won so overwhelmingly

The London-based Nicaragua Solidarity Campaign explains the victory of Daniel Ortega.

Elections in Nicaragua: Concerns about the electoral process and the state...

In an article published before last Sunday's elections, WOLA analysed concerns about President Daniel Ortega's behaviour.

Questions & answers on the Nicaraguan elections

The London-based Nicaragua Solidarity campaign has prepared a simple guide to the November general elections.

Latin America and Gaddafi

How can Latin America's 'revolutionary' leaders support Gaddafi? Those who came to power on the back of mass democratic movements cannot deny Libyans the right to topple a dictator, says Mike Gonzalez.

Nicaragua and Venezuela may be ‘hit’ over Libya

The hacker activist group, Anonymous, has said it may attack media and government websites in Nicaragua and Venezuela because of pro-Gaddafi stance.

Central American Nations Seek ‘Plan Central America’

The US  is trying to institute a Plan Central America which is expected to be announded this week. This will seek to address security issues across the region as the war on drugs continues.

Nicaraguan Daily Threatened for Reporting on Corruption

Nicaraguan journalists are threatened for reporting on government corruption.

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