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Nicaragua: Next in Line for Regime Change?

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It just doesn't stop. When Daniel Ortega got re-elected with more than 70% of the votes in 2016 (the elections took place 2 days before American elections which gave Trump his victory), the Somozist opposition cried fraud (without presenting any evidence, as usual) and called Ileana Ros-Lehtinen who cooked up the so-called Nica Act which she dragged through the US House of Representatives. Now the Govt is facing the difficult task to reform the Social Security Institute and system. The private interest groups, however, decided to use it for violence and subversion following the Venezuelan-Syrian-Libyan scenario.

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