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Nicaragua to resume the failed negotiations after the great unrest

Nicaragua's president to restart talks with the opposition to resolve the political crisis in the country. It says president Daniel Ortega, in a televised sp

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Nicaragua to resume the failed negotiations after the great unrest

Nicaragua's president to restart talks with the opposition to resolve the political crisis in the country.

It says president Daniel Ortega, in a televised speech on the night of Friday Danish time. It writes the AFP news agency.

the Announcement comes more than six months after a collapse in negotiations, which was followed by violent turmoil in the Latin american country.

the Regime in Venezuela crackdown against the demonstrations. At least 320 people lost their lives in the violent clashes, while more than 600 persons have been imprisoned.

Ortega reports that the government is working on Wednesday of next week to reopen negotiations with the opposition, which requires the president's departure.

He does not disclose specifically who will be invited to the negotiations.

- We will negotiate to strengthen peace, says the president, according to news agency Reuters.

He adds, that he considers that the demonstrations were part of a plot that would overthrow him.

opposition leader Angel Rocha reports that the opposition's most urgent desire is to release people they believe are political prisoners.

in Addition, the opposition to reform the country's electoral system and ensure free and fair elections, according to Ortega, has taken over the power over the country's courts and electoral authority.

And not least, they want justice for the people who have lost their lives as a result of the government's tough stance against the protesters.

A UN report, in august last year fixed that Nicaragua's government was behind the large-scale repression of the population and political opponents.

the Report describes the illegal arrests, torture and closed trials. Several doctors, professors and judges also says that they have been fired for having helped or supported the demonstrators.

Ortega was the president of the country from 1979 to 1990, but he came to power again in 2007. The next presidential elections in the country are scheduled to take place in 2021.

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