Every pro-government march costs Nicaraguans 145 million córdobas

As part of the desperate actions of the regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo to counter the demonstrations in which the citizens demand their resignation, the government ordered their own demonstrations, paid from the already weak state finances.

Every pro-government march costs Nicaraguans 145 million córdobas

The cost includes the suspension services in public institutions by forcing workers to participate in partisan acts.

- payin the bills -

On Thursday, the employees were forced to pro-government marches at the roundabouts in Managua, at expenses assumed by the State.

It is estimated that each day of paralysis of activities in public entities it costs Nicaraguans around 145 million córdobas.

Ortega’s core activities are in Managua, and the executive uses them to sell the idea that Ortega and his wife and vice president, Rosario Murillo, have great popular support to discredit civic protests as an attempted coup.

The cost includes the rental of 300 buses per day, some 600,000 córdobas, to transfer employees from their work, Managua neighborhoods, and other Orteguista sympathizers municipalities to the government marches.

- paying the bills -

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