Permitted Sandinista police abduct Lester Aleman and Max Gerres, student leaders of the Nicaraguan University Coalition (AUN). The organization is part of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, which is part of the Freedom Alliance for Citizens.
“We are scared to see that Lester was arrested. Things happened a few minutes ago. When they told me that Lester was detained at the time they entered here, I asked them if all I did was non-violence. We don’t know if it was going to happen at that time.”, Revealed Dolly Mora on the media network.
Mora explained that two patrol officers with police officers conducted a search of the home where Max Gerres was staying “They came in and asked us about Max. They went into the room where they were. They took him out handcuffed. I asked them not to hit him because they were not violent. The three of them sat down and picked up our phones.”
Lester Aleman, a young man who jumped into the public arena for denouncing Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega at the beginning of a failed national conversation three years ago, promises he knows it and that he is prepared “Hunt” Arrests against opposition political leaders are subject to two conditions: imprisonment or death.
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A 23-year-old social media graduate, a former Marxist guerrilla who fought against the Somosa dictatorship (1937-1979), a “Completely wounded animal” He has crossed the red lines, so he feels one “White” Four months before the election.
# Last Max JNr தலைவர்me, the national leader of the AUN, left the video before being abducted by the Santinista dictatorship.
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So far 27 people have been arrested in the last 33 days, including opposition presidential candidates Christiana Zamoro, Arturo Cruz, Felix Maradia, Juan Sebastian Zamoro and Miguel Mora. “Treason”.
A former First Lady, three other politicians, a business leader, a banker, a journalist and six leaders of a political movement founded by dissidents of the ruling Santinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), including two historical fighters and former comrades in the struggle. Of the agent.
In addition, three former employees of the Violeta Barrios de Zamoro Foundation.