“Stop dictatorship, we don’t accept the electoral fraud!” Under these premises, a group of at least 30 Nicaraguans protested in front of their Embassy.
Protesters are asking the Nicaraguan community in Costa Rica to not vote on November 6th.
Let’s not vote, let’s not go out, so that, this election won’t be legitimized. If we vote, they will be able to say that there were fair elections,
claimed movement organizers,
In addition, they make a call on Costa Ricans and Nicaraguans to join a similar movement on the election day.
Daniel Ortega, who’s looking forward a second presidential term along with first lady Rosario Murillo as his vice presidential candidate in the elections of November 2016, has had a long political life since the triumph of the Sandinista revolution in 1979.
Personally, it reminds me of the Somoza regime,
stated economist Edmundo Jarquín.