Sandinista political meeting, Managua, June 2021 photo: Twitter/@OrinocoTribune What the media don't want to tell about the arrests in Nicaragua

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 21 June 2021

The US government and corporate media have been expressing their outrage about what they consider to be the growing dictatorial nature of the Daniel Ortega ‘regime’, but there is more to the story than they let on. Read the full article from Telesur here read more



Dora Maria Tellez (left) and Hugo Torres (right) campaigning in 2008 for US government supported  banker Eduardo Montealegre of the right wing PLC party. Pic: Tortilla con Sal Nicaragua's political opposition as organised crime

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 21 June 2021

The following are the first three paragraphs of an article which appeared in Telesur on 17 Jun: Despite numerous reports in international media to the contrary, none of the people arrested had been selected by any of Nicaragua's political alliances or parties as possible candidates for the upcoming general read more



Nicaragua's trade unions and social movements issue joint statement

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 21 June 2021

Nicaragua's trade union movement, together with the Coordinadora Social, has issued a statement in support of the Nicaraguan government and condemning US intervention in the country. The statement is signed by Nicaragua's largest trade union confederation, the National Workers Front (FNT), representing some 750,000 workers in the country and the read more



NSCAG webinar recording now available!

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 11 June 2021

The recording of our webinar held on 10 June - 'The US Regime Change Agenda: Hyprocrisy and Double Standards' with speakers Francisco Dominguez, Teri Mattson and John Perry is now available here A link to the video from Fausto Torrez (Rural Workers Association) shown during the webinar can be read more



What's really happening in Nicaragua - NSCAG reports

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 11 June 2021

Corporate media such as the Guardian, Daily Mail, Washington Post and New York Times are now awash with accusatory articles about Nicaragua. Dancing as ever to the tune of the United States and Nicaragua’s right-wing opposition, the articles claim among other things that the government is disqualifying political opponents in read more





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