Nicaragua protested “enthusiastically” this Monday over the “extraordinary statements” of the Dominican Republic, which on Sunday condemned the arrest of two presidential candidates by the opposition in the Central American country, which is holding a general election on November 7.
“We enthusiastically protest in the name of discipline, sovereignty, non-interference, non-interference and non-interference, in the face of his extraordinary statements on internal affairs of concern only to the people and government of Nicaragua. Said.
In a note signed by Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada and addressed to Dominican Representative Roberto Alvarez, the administrator states that “the people and government of Nicaragua demand that the government of the Dominican Republic respect our national sovereignty and constitution.” Processes, institutional, legal and national, which are shaped by our sovereign, state and government views and practices ”.
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The Dominican Foreign Minister said on his official Twitter account yesterday that “the arrest of presidential candidates Christiana Chamorro and Arturo Cruz in Nicaragua is being harassed by the opposition ahead of the November presidential election.”
“These anti-democratic actions are meant to create an atmosphere of intimidation and tolerance,” he said in the first message.
In a second release, the Dominican minister said: “The allegations against Zamoro and Cruz and the abolition of the legitimate status of the only opposition party to face National Alliance President Ordega will eliminate all democratic opposition. We urge the release of Zamoro and Cruz.”
In his protest note, the Nicaraguan Ministry of Foreign Affairs said it was “powerful and obvious, and that it fills us with shame that a brave people like our brother Dominican people are being humiliated in this way because in their name they are infuriating and infuriating the sovereignty of the fraternal people.”
Moncada asserted that the Dominican Republic’s “sovereignty and independence” had been “trampled on by empires and perpetually outraged, especially by the bloody dumping of puppet dictatorships as part of the United States.”
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“Again,” in the name of his commitment, he appeals to the national decor and the respect of his people that we are so dear and we demand that his government respect Nicaragua. “
“The policy of subjugation to empires has historically humiliated and offended the people. We are compelled to be paid, with full commitment to truth, justice and the rights of our citizens for our freedom and national dignity. To live well and peacefully,” he continued.
“The historical brotherhood between our people cannot be destroyed by shameful, contemptuous, hostile and enslaving political statements,” he concluded.
Christiana Zamoro, the daughter of former President Violeta Barrios de Zamoro (1990-1997) and a possible opposition candidate to win the presidential election next November, has been detained at her home for six days following a judge ‘s arrest. House on money laundering charge.
Meanwhile, Arturo Cruz, who was ambassador to the US Ortega government between 2007 and 2009, met with Augusto C. last Saturday. Santino was arrested at the international airport when he returned from a US tour, the public was told. The ministry investigating him under the presumption that “he has attacked the Nicaraguan community and the rights of the people.”
The arrest of the aspirants for the presidency comes just five months before the November 7 general election, in which Ortega seeks a new re-election for the fourth time in a row, with his wife Rosario Murillo as vice president for the second time.
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