Nicaragua's super-rich tell Ortega: Get talking
Three of the wealthiest men in Nicaragua met at the weekend with President Daniel Ortega to urge him to hold talks with the opposition in an effort to resolve the political crisis that has crippled the economy, according to Spanish daily El País.
The representatives of the nation's major fortunes demanded that the talks should be "fast, effective and credible."
Carlos Pellas, Roberto Zamora and Ramiro Ortiz formed the three-men delegation who met with the president on Saturday. Also in attendance were Juan Sacasa and José Baldano, representatives of the Supreme Council of Private Enterprise.