Nicaragua: Organisation of American States 'must respect Nicaragua’ — President Ortega

SOT, Daniel Ortega, Nicaraguan President (Spanish): “Regarding the number [of victims], it would be worthwhile to ask a question: “Do you think that there were no crimes in Nicaragua in the last 90 days?” Nicaragua is quite a safe country, that’s for sure, but still there are a number of daily deaths as a result of criminal offenses. Assaults, robberies, murder of women, some misdemeanours. It... Еще seems like no crimes happened these days for those who say about 300 to 400 victims. All of them allegedly died as a result of protests and clashes, which were organised by themselves.” SOT, Daniel Ortega, Nicaraguan President (Spanish): “Quite a large proportion of the young people of Nicaragua are Sandinistas. The other part is not, they are opposition-minded liberals. What non-state institutions have done is try to organise young people, women, as this is their normal function. But then the money allocated for this goes to the needs of other political parties. This is not liberalism. Liberalism has its own sources of financing. And these non-governmental organisations and the US Embassy organised seminars to, as they say, strengthen democracy.” SOT, Daniel Ortega, Nicaraguan President (Spanish): “Right-wing forces here were very turbulent. And so they were in the US, because Sandinistas have been advancing since 2007. They have consolidated. Even people who did not consider themselves to be a part of the Front, admitted that a lot has been done. New jobs were created, the health care improved, there are hospitals everywhere, roads, housing were built. There were many [social security] programmes, people got out of terrible poverty. We are talking about the beginning of the third period. This is the time when the party strengthened and consolidated its forces. It was unacceptable for them to leave us alone. And they decided, first of all, to figure out how to destroy the understanding between the government and business.” Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega said that the Organization of American States (OAS) «must respect Nicaragua» during an interview in Managua on Friday. Ortega went on to say that the OAS states have “too many internal problems to want to interfere in the affairs of our country.” Ortega also said that “quite a large part of the young people of Nicaragua are Sandinistas,” adding that «they have consolidated.” He also mentioned that “even people who did not consider themselves to be a part of the Front, admitted that a lot has been done.” “This is the time when the party strengthened and consolidated its forces,” Ortega concluded. Mandatory Courtesy to RT

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