“Let Them Fail!”: Daniel Ortega’s Response to Companies in Crisis

Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega spoke out last Friday against the private sector and minimized the closure of companies affected by the crisis which has engulfed the country since April 2018.

In a party activity that all of the country’s radio and television stations were obligated to transmit, Ortega criticized the private companies, claiming that they demand to be exonerated from taxes in order to “always maintain large profits”.

“Some (of the companies) are failing? Let them fail!” he exclaimed, reported Confidencial.com.ni.

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