The Truth. Maybe.

Since President Daniel Ortega told the international media, in a series of interviews, that all is well in Nicaragua, that the country is back to normal, posts on the social media have been telling a different story.

“Everything is normal, they say, people having fun, they say, they forgot the 400 killed, they say. See their normal state: empty Granada, and the famous bullfights of the patron saints of Juigalpa, also, empty.”

- payin the bills -

“So dawned the house where I live with my family, they left this message of intimidation, of course, that the siege continues for the journalistic work that I have been doing in the crisis of our country, I will continue doing my work, I know that God takes care of my family.”

The situation in Matagalpa last Saturday.

- paying the bills -

In Masaya on Wednesday.

Unwittingly, “la compañera” (Rosario Murillo) has become the main stimulus of the civic movement; Each time she opens her mouth, the people respond with a bigger march.

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