MANAGUA, NOVEMBER 7 The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua, Denis Moncada, recognized the general elections as the dignified, sovereign and legitimate right to choose the President, Vice President and Representatives.
“Sunday’s elections are for the Nicaraguans’ exercise of dignity, sovereignty and defense of the nation,” the foreign minister said when welcoming 250 of his comrades from 27 countries who will witness the elections.
Moncada insisted that Nicaraguans had the full right to choose their powers.
He thanked them for their presence on Election Day in a context marked by the forces (without mentioning them by name) that have always maintained an aggressive stance against their country and demonstrated a “politically stubborn stance against the government of President Daniel Ortega.”
Moncada noted that 250 representatives from 27 countries are “advanced, progressive figures who defend the truth” and recalled the formulation of current President Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo as candidates for the Sandinista National Liberation Front.
An amendment to Law 331 or the Elections Law, approved on May 4, replaced election monitoring with an accompanying number, and in this election OAS, EU and US observers would not interfere. Carter Center.
Today, 4 million 478 thousand 334 Nicaraguans over the age of 16 will be able to exercise the right to vote to elect the presidential formula that will lead the executive branch during the five-year period 2022-2027. (Telesur) (Photo: Twitter @DireLegislativo / Taken from Telesur)
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