Solidarity of the peoples of the world with the struggle of the Nicaraguan people is needed.

The history of the Nicaraguan people for their liberation has made the world vibrate for almost a century. By IWL-FI In 1928, promoted by the Anti-imperialist League of the Americas, the “Committee hands off Nicaragua” (“Comité Manos Fuera de Nicaragua”) was built. Located in Mexico, this was a unitary effort with...

No Trust in the Dialogue with the Dictatorship

Last May 15 and 18, the first sessions of the so-called “National Dialogue” took place in Nicaragua, composed by different sectors summoned by the country’s Episcopal Conference. As the first sessions advanced, it becomes clear that the objective of this table and its participants are not discussing the surrender...

Down with Ortega! Out, you murderer dictator!

When, in April 18, Nicaraguan students began mobilizing on the streets to protest against the Social Security reform, in support to the retirees, no one could say that the movement would turn into a true popular revolt against Daniel Ortega’s government, his vice-president (and wife) Rosario "Chayo" Murillo, and...

Migrant Caravans: A New Social Movement?

The picture of the Salvadoran Óscar Ramírez and his daughter, Angie, both lifeless and locked in an embrace on the banks of Rio Grande (Río Bravo in Mexico) caused alarm and anger around the world. As usual in moments of collective pain, several politicians came out to express their...

Aarón Farrach: “The Left must understand that there is a Dictatorship in Nicaragua”

Aarón Farrash (A.F.) is a Nicaraguan student. He is in exile in Costa Rica after he split with the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), in 2009. We met him in the solidarity with Nicaragua activities promoted from the Workers Party (Partido de los Trabajadores-PT), Costa Rican section of the...

Nicaragua Encachimbada: A Popular Uprising

April 11 marked the beginning of a new wave of protests in Nicaragua. Now, more than 100 days later, protesters remain committed to their struggle against the Ortega-Murillo regime. This is a guest post written by Cristina Awadalla First published on Left Voice on August 06, 2018 In April there began a new...

No more dialogue with the dictatorship, continue the fight until they leave

On Monday, the capital Managua and several departments of the country suffered a harsh crackdown by the government, that has continued so far this week. Ortega’s police and paramilitary gang raids left more than 30 detainees, dozens injured and at least two more dead. Besides these repressive actions, more...

Freedom For Nicaraguan Political Prisoners!

Peasant leaders Medardo Mairena and Pedro Mena have been in jail in Nicaragua on charges of murder and terrorism since July 13, 2018. Fabio Bosco from São Paulo, August 20,2018 They have led the struggle against the law which allows the Chinese company which won the concession to build the future...

Canal of Nicaragua: A painful nightmare for the peasants

The Nicaragua Canal project puts the world look on the Central American country, which borders Honduras to the north and Costa Rica to the south, with a population of approximately six million inhabitants, mostly located in the countryside and slumped in a huge poverty. The Nicaragua Canal project In February...

Nicaragua | Faced with an Electoral Farce, We Must Confront the Dictatorship with an Organized Rebellion

Authored by the Costa Rican, Honduran, and El Salvadoran sections of the IWL-FI (PT LIT-CI, PST LIT-CI, PCT LIT-CI) Translated by Dolores Underwood On Sunday, November 7th, the people of Nicaragua observed an electoral fraud as, once again, the dictatorship remained in the hands of the FSLN (Sandinista National Liberation Front)...

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