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Ortega intensifies the siege against his critics

The Government of Daniel Ortega has intensified in the last days of the siege, and against his critics. A leading feminist has been expelled from the country, a

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Ortega intensifies the siege against his critics

The Government of Daniel Ortega has intensified in the last days of the siege, and against his critics. A leading feminist has been expelled from the country, and two activists of Spanish and one swiss, who are also part of the movement feminist, they are banned from engaging in political acts and are required to be submitted every 15 days to the immigration authorities. The persecution has also grown against journalists, among them Carlos Salinas Maldonado, editor of the daily Confidential and collaborator of THE COUNTRY in Nicaragua, which has been intimidated in the last few hours related to Ortega at the exit of your home.

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The feminist nicaraguans have maintained a critical position and a rejection against the Government of Ortega and his wife, the vice president, Rosario Murillo. A weight that has finished on the pay Ana Quirós, a leader of the Women's Autonomous Movement (MAM), which was expelled on Monday from the country, a day after the march against male violence, which was banned by the regime. Quiros had called the decision a violation of the Constitution.

Ana Quirós has a long history of claiming the rights of women. Born in Costa Rica in 1956, came to Nicaragua in 1972, as part of the brigades of solidarity that were deployed to address the emergency caused by the earthquake that destroyed Managua this year and left at least 12,000 dead. She later became involved in the international solidarity with the struggle of a guerrilla sandinista, which sought to overthrow the somoza dictatorship that had been ruling for 47 years Nicaragua with military boots.

The Government cited to Quiros the end of the week, after the police banned the march on Sunday. The activist was presented to the headquarters of the Directorate of Migration, where they had at least three hours on hold, according to sources said the MAM. Then she was shackled and imprisoned in the cells of “The Chipote” prison, the, denounced by human rights organizations as torture center of the regime. Quirós they are accused of organizing “terrorist activities”. After, immigration officials, rode in an official car, and sent to the frontier, to expel, according to a report from the feminist movement.

“Because we expected this claw,” says this journal, Betmoon Sofia Montenegro, a journalist, writer and one of the founders of the feminist movement of Nicaragua. “What has happened to Ana is a kidnapping and retaliation for being one of the delegates in the organization of the march on Sunday. We are facing the fourth wave of repression of the regime, focused against feminists, and against journalists,” explained Montenegro.

on Monday, were also summoned to the headquarters of Migration ' Spanish Ana Ara and Maria Jesús Ara and switzerland Beatrice Huber. The three decades, have been living in Nicaragua, supporting the work of the feminist organizations of the central american country to country. According to colleagues of yours in the movement, the authorities withheld their documents and ordered not to participate in the triggered policies, and presented every 15 days before Migration.

The reporters are critical of Ortega also suffer from a constant assault since the beginning of the protests in April and has intensified in the last few days. Among journalists fearful is Carlos Salinas Maldonado, editor of the daily Confidential and collaborator of THE COUNTRY in Nicaragua from 10 years ago. Salinas reported Tuesday that several men dressed in black were stationed in front of his house since the morning; when on his way to work, one of them followed him on a motorcycle. At a given time, stood in front of his car and shouted at him: “you're shit, right? You're shit!”. When he returned to his home, in the afternoon, the same men continued to the door of his condo, where they remained until 10 at night. This Wednesday, Salinas has turned to be followed by two bikes to her work.

this is Not the first time that Salinas suffers the persecution of supporters of Ortega. The last 19th of July, during the celebration of the anniversary of the sandinista revolution, was assaulted next to this reporter by several supporters of Ortega, who insulted him and called him “coup” and a “terrorist”, without that the situation was greater following the intervention of the police. In addition, in recent months it has grown the pressure against it on the social networks.

in Addition, the journalist Gustavo Jarquín, of the Radio Corporation, was hit with rudeness by officers of the Police, who arrested him and demanded that he surrender his cell phone. As the reporter refused, the police vapulearon: the face of the reporter shows bruises on one of his eyes, and the cheeks are swollen. Other police officers arrested Miguel Mora, director of the Channel 100% News, but before you release it warned him that “his days were numbered”. The Sunday Mora reported that a drone flew over his home in Managua, and captured video of the home and the garden, in what it called espionage political. Meanwhile, Luis Sanchez, 76 years of age and an editorialist for the newspaper La Prensa, met on Monday, 48 hours arrested after being involved in a road traffic accident, which injured a motorcyclist. The journalist had reached a private settlement with the man, but the authorities decided not to recognize said agreement and to cling to Sanchez. There were also smear campaigns against reporters in social networks.

on Monday, were also summoned to the headquarters of Migration ' Spanish Ana Ara and Maria Jesús Ara and switzerland Beatrice Huber. The three decades, have been living in Nicaragua, supporting the work of the feminist organizations of the central american country to country. According to colleagues of yours in the movement, the authorities withheld their documents and ordered not to participate in the triggered policies, and presented every 15 days before Migration.

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