President of Nicaragua Ortega Dismisses Human Rights Criticism from Washington

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    President of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, dismissed the criticism of his country and other nations in the region on the human rights situation, issued in a report by the US State Department.

    “What the State Department says on all States and Central American nations, is a disqualification widespread throughout the region,” said the president.

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    The report says about Nicaragua that the executive branch is “increasingly authoritarian”.

    The document also warns of high levels of corruption and a complex prison situation in the countries of Central America.

    The Nicaraguan president described the report as a “totally wrong approach.”

    Ortega’s statements were made at a ceremony in Managua receiving the Russian Deputy Defense Minister, General Valery Garasimov Vasilevich.

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN)
    San Jose Costa Rica

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