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|Letter of dismissal for Nicaraguan doctor|
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|How the São Paulo Forum sees itself|
In 1990 following a request made by Fidel Castro to Lula Da Silva the Sao Paulo Forum was established with the goal: “To reconquer in Latin America all that we lost in East Europe.” The FSP is a communist network comprised of over 100 left wing political parties, various social movements, and guerrilla terrorist organizations such as the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) and the Chilean Movimiento de la Izquierda Revolucionaria (MIR)
|Wounded anti-government protester|
Former Mexican Foreign Minister Jorge Castañeda revealed how the AMLO victory in Mexico will impact on events in Nicaragua and the timing for a solution. The new government takes power on December 1st. At best an Andrés Manuel López Obrador will return to a pre-2000 non-intervention policy in the region or at worse actively supporting the Ortega regime and their Cuban allies.
Basically Nicaraguan democrats have until December to resolve the situation in their country or be prepared for an even longer and harder slog with a major country that is now backing them either going to the sidelines or joining the other side.
Asi se ve la marcha en respaldo a la Iglesia Católica nicaragüense #AsiComoSuena pic.twitter.com/VDTXqJxppJ— Radio Corporacion (@Corporacion540) July 28, 2018