Nicaragua's capital Managua was in chaos as shops and markets were looted on Sunday in the aftermath of deadly clashes between protesters and police. Unlike previous days which saw a heavy crackdown on angry protesters by the police, officers were seen watching by as shops were emptied and goods were carried off by trucks and trollies. «This is a stop, this is a stop, because those who are... Еще looting, are the same people that goes with the government… at our expense: the people,» a resident said as a group guarded a supermarket against looters. In the most recent development, President of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega overturned the new set of reforms that had sparked the unrest. According to the now-obsolete reforms, employees would have to contribute a larger amount of their paychecks to the pension scheme, while simultaneously taking a 5 percent cut to be used for medical expenses.