Sandinistas take lion’s share in Caribbean polls

(posted March 15, 8:00 am) — Amid scheduled protests by the YATAMA indigenous party, the Sandinista-controlled Supreme Electoral Council announced its final results of this month’s regional elections in the Caribbean, giving the lion’s share of local government posts to the ruling Sandinista Front.

According to the CSE, the Sandinistas won 76 seats in both the North and South Atlantic Autonomous Regions, followed by 15 for YATAMA, 8 for the PLI, 7 for PLC and 2 for PIM. Abstentionism was around 60%, it’s highest ever in a Nicaraguan election.

Below are the winner, according to the CSE:

RAAN:

- payin the bills -

Caribe 1

Caribe 2

Caribe 3

Caribe4

RAAS:

- paying the bills -

CS 1

CS2

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