What's really happening in Nicaragua - NSCAG reports

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 11 June 2021

Corporate media such as the Guardian, Daily Mail, Washington Post and New York Times are now awash with accusatory articles about Nicaragua. Dancing as ever to the tune of the United States and Nicaragua’s right-wing opposition, the articles claim among other things that the government is disqualifying political opponents in read more



NSCAG webinar recording now available!

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 11 June 2021

The recording of our webinar held on 10 June - 'The US Regime Change Agenda: Hyprocrisy and Double Standards' with speakers Francisco Dominguez, Teri Mattson and John Perry is now available here A link to the video from Fausto Torrez (Rural Workers Association) shown during the webinar can be read more



NSCAG Briefing on Nicaraguan Elections

NSCAG News | on: Monday, 17 May 2021

In the run up to Nicaragua's general elections due to take place on 7 November 2021, the overarching goal of the Nicaraguan Government has been to create the conditions for a greater degree of participation of all sectors of society, including women and youth, indigenous and afro Caribbean peoples, small read more



Photo: John Kotula NSCAG webinar 10 June: The US Regime Change Agenda: Hypocrisy and Double Standards

NSCAG News | on: Wednesday, 12 May 2021

NSCAG’s next webinar will take place on Thursday 10 June at 6.30pm UK time. The webinar will examine the methods employed by the US to undermine democracy and effect regime change in Nicaragua. It will highlight the parallels with what occurred in the US in January 2021, when reactions to read more



How Nicaragua Thrives Despite Illegal U.S. Intervention - article by Madeline McClure

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 4 May 2021

In March this year, Madeline McClure travelled to Nicaragua as a delegate with the Sanctions Kill! Coalition delegation to witness the impact of the “coercive measures” the U.S. uses to impose its political and economic interests, rationalised by its allegations of repression and political crisis. In her article written for read more



President Daniel Ortega (left) (Photo: Jairo Cajina) / Senator Bob Menendez (right) RENACER Act: U.S. Congress to Expand Nicaragua Sanctions

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 4 May 2021

As we reported recently, Nicaragua is being targeted yet again with a new sanctions bill by the US. The latest move appears to be a deliberate attempt to sabotage Nicaragua’s November elections in light of the fact that all recent polls indicate that Daniel Ortega and the FSLN are read more



Pic: Labour Outlook NSCAG and AFGJ webinar recordings now available!

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Recordings of recent webinars held by NSCAG and the Alliance for Global Justice are now available on YouTube. The recording of the NSCAG webinar held on 15 April - 'Regime change comes to the US: a Nicaraguan perspective' with speakers Nils McCune, Dan Kovalik and Coleen Littlejohn is available read more



US tries again to sabotage Nicaraguan elections

NSCAG News | on: Friday, 9 April 2021

In August 2020 a document called Responsive Action in Nicaragua (RAIN) was leaked from the US Embassy in Managua. It set out a well-orchestrated plan to destabilise Nicaragua and to launch a further coup d’état attempt in advance of the elections due in the country in November this year. read more



A letter from Dorotea

NSCAG News | on: Thursday, 8 April 2021

Solidarity worker Dorotea Granada has written a letter to friends in the US highlighting the programmes promoted by the Nicaraguan Government that benefit thousands of low-income families. In the letter, Dorotea, who has lived in Nicaragua for 36 years, says that the with 36 United States empire considers intolerable the read more



Wall at the site of the tombs of revolutionary heroes in Managua. Pic: Margaret Flowers Nicaragua: Building the Good Life (Buen Vivir) through popular revolution

NSCAG News | on: Tuesday, 30 March 2021

The following is the transcript of a post by Margaret Flowers, Popular Resistance, published here with her kind permission:- As I traveled in Nicaragua on the recent Sanctions Kill delegation, one thing was clear, social transformation (revolution) requires both political power and participation by the people. Without political power, revolutionary read more





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