Nicaraguans in the exile of Madrid ask the world to not recognize the elections

A demonstration reclaimed this Sunday in Madrid to the international community that does not recognize the elections in Nicaragua, in coincidence with other pro

Nicaraguans in the exile of Madrid ask the world to not recognize the elections

A demonstration reclaimed this Sunday in Madrid to the international community that does not recognize the elections in Nicaragua, in coincidence with other protests in different countries of Europe and America to denounce what they qualify for an "fraud" electoral traditions by President Nicaraguan, Daniel Ortega.

"Democracy already in Nicaragua", "Nicaragua, justice and freedom", among other slogans, was read on different banners during the protest in the capital of Spain, in which dozens of people participated in front of the congress of the deputies, low chamber of the Spanish Parliament. Collective contrary to Ortega commented slogans as "without conditions there are no elections", between Nicaraguan flags and also from other American countries.

Santiago Urbina, of National Blue and White Unit, which agglutinates opponent collectives, told EFE that these elections should serve to extract Ortega del Power, as organizations such as the European Union or the Organization of American States and countries as the United States have denounced The lack of legitimacy of these elections, with imprisoned opposition candidates and outlawed political parties.

If Ortega continues in power, in which he has been held in the Central American country, it will be impossible to end the lack of freedom and human rights violations, he warned. The participants rated these elections of "circus" and asked the international community to listen to the "cry of freedom" of Nicaraguans that as they had to exile.

A statement read in this and other simultaneous concentrations in other cities demanded the freedom from more than a hundred "political prisoners" in Nicaragua, a new "independent" electoral body of the Government of Ortega and "clean" elections with international supervision, between Other demands. "A monumental fraud," denounced several of the participants, with which the "dictator" Daniel Ortega seeks to "perpetual" in power.

The protest was attended Josefa Meza, mother of Jonathan Morazán Meza, one of the young people who died last May in a march of the collective mothers of April in Managua in which there were shots of those who are accused of security forces and paramilitaries. The mother of the deceased young defined Nicaragua as a "police state" and showed her support from this "strength from exile to give voice to those who can not speak in Nicaragua."

More than four million nicaraguans are called to vote for President, Vice President, ninety Members of the Parliament of his country and another twenty of the Central American, in a day in which according to collective opponents there were protests in 26 cities of the world.

Updated Date: 07 November 2021, 16:51

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