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Repression Against Women: The Regime’s Anti-Feminist Efforts in Nicaragua

enero 8, 2021

With Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo in power, the Sandinista Front has consolidated its discourse against women’s movements, acting out against historic women’s rights and organizational power. The actions against organizations led by women and harassment against female leaders are based on anti-woman narratives and policies that have […]

Corruption and Coronavirus in Honduras: The Most Lethal Viruses

enero 8, 2021

Corruption in Honduras once again shows its talons during the country’s quarantine and demonstrates the incompetence of government policies to deal responsibly with the pandemic; purchases and acquisitions of supplies and medical units are wrapped up in a network of […]

Subsisting and Risk-Taking: Women Coping with the Pandemic in Nicaragua

enero 8, 2021

In Nicaragua, the Sandinista government did not want to recognize or adopt measures to reduce the impact of COVID 19, this situation forced thousands of women to take their own measures in order to balance the need to protect their families and the need […]

Ortega-Murillo: A Regime that Abolished Historic Rights for Women and Girls

enero 8, 2021

As a result of the 2020 Global Gender Gap report elaborated by the World Economic Forum (WEF), the Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo regime attempted to extract political benefits inside and outside of the country. The report placed Nicaragua among […]

Nicaragua’s Judiciary: Subordinate to the Ortega-Murillo Regime

enero 8, 2021

Various magistrates and judges in Nicaragua have been accused of being at the service of Daniel Ortega and the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) power apparatus, which has governed since 2007. However, the Supreme Court’s lack of independence is just […]

Honduras: The Public Prosecution Service and its Legacy of Impunity and Injustice

enero 8, 2021

The Public Prosecution Service of Honduras was created on December 13, 1993 by decree 229-93 of the National Congress, in a context of great transformations: only four years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Central America had achieved peace through […]