Nicaragua suppresses opposition over election
Monday, June 27, 2016
A Nicaraguan government crackdown on free speech, opposition parties and foreign diplomats has been condemned as an attack on civil liberties to bolster one-party rule.
With less than five months to go until the country holds a general election, former Sandinista guerrilla leader Daniel Ortega looks almost certain to win a third presidential term unimpeded after the latest assault on opposition leaders.
Source: The Guardian