MOVIMIENTO 19 DE ABRIL, DE PANAMÁ, ACLARA QUE NO PRETENDEN RETORNAR A NICARAGUA

A diferencia de los 200 nicaragüenses desplazados económicos que solicitan repatriación a Daniel Ortega, el Movimiento 19 de Abril, Álvaro Conrado en Panamá aclaró a nuestra página web que a pesar de la crisis humanitaria que atraviesan en ese país, no pretenden regresar a Nicaragua. Tania Chamorro, directiva del Movimiento, dijo que los nicaragüenses a los que representa, son…

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Nicaraguan Exiles in Zaragoza Receive Foundation Support

Debbie Mendieta emigrated to Spain with her three daughters in August of 2019, tired of the siege and threats by supporters of the Sandinista party in the city of Carazo, Nicaragua. “The decision to emigrate and request exile was the most drastic decision I have ever made, I left behind my house and my job for the safety of…

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A Nicaraguan foundation extends its aid to Spain for “exiles” of the Ortega Government

The Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity Foundation, which counts among its programs aid to “exiles” who have left Nicaragua for political reasons, has announced the extension of its assistance to Spain, where there is a community of some 35,000 Nicaraguans. “The initial idea is to support people with more immediate and basic needs,” explained the president of the organization,…

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MORE THAN 300 PEOPLE DIED AND AT LEAST 2,000 WERE INJURED

Under the regime of president Daniel Ortega, the Nicaraguan people have suffered numerous human rights abuses. The following list is composed by reports issued from the United Nations and various media outlets.   According to Freedom House rankings in terms of Aggregate Freedom Scores, Nicaragua scores 32 out of 100. In comparison, the United States scores 86, neighboring Costa…

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MORE THAN 300 PEOPLE DIED AND AT LEAST 2,000 WERE INJURED

Under the regime of president Daniel Ortega, the Nicaraguan people have suffered numerous human rights abuses. The following list is composed by reports issued from the United Nations and various media outlets.   According to Freedom House rankings in terms of Aggregate Freedom Scores, Nicaragua scores 32 out of 100. In comparison, the United States scores 86, neighboring Costa…

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Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity Meets with Senator Rubio

Peoria, IL. President of Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity, Rafael Estrada, met with  former presidential candidate and current incumbent senator for the state of Florida, Marco Rubio. Estrada and Rubio had a brief conversation regarding the crisis in Nicaragua. Senator Rubio and Mr. Estrada discussed the Ortega regime and the exile of Nicaraguan citizens and journalists. Senator Rubio has…

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First Stop on College Tour

On Wednesday November 13th, Rafael Estrada, Founder of Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity made his first stop at Bradley University in Peoria, IL. Mr. Estrada opened the night by introducing himself to an auditorium filled with students who braved the 20 degree temperatures to learn more about the political and humanitarian situation in Nicaragua. Mr. Estrada began the night…

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Exiles in Costa Rica sustain Christmas convivio

Representatives of the “Nicaragua for Justice, Security and Growth” foundation, held on December 22 a partnership with more than 60 people in exile in Costa Rica, where the children also received a toy. According to Rafael Estrada, president of the Foundation, for a month and a half they work with 20 people who received an economic subsidy to develop…

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Meeting with Congressman LaHood

President of Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity, Rafael Estrada met with Illinois 18th District Congressman Darin LaHood. Congressman LaHood. Mr. Estrada explained the dire political situation of the people in Nicaragua in Congressman LaHood. Mr. Estrada elaborated on the great natural resources of Nicaragua and how these resources are being misused and mismanaged by the Ortega regime consequently denying…

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EXILES IN COSTA RICA RECEIVE A CHRISTMAS SURPRISE

On December 22nd, 2019, representatives of the “Nicaraguans for Security and Prosperity” foundation, formed a partnership with more than 60 people in exile in Costa Rica, where the children also received a toy.   According to Rafael Estrada, president of the Foundation, for a month and a half they work with 20 people who received an economic subsidy to…

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