This is Sandinista from Nicaragua, thanks for let me be part of this forum
Welcome to S-E!
Greetings from a latinamerican brother! Could you open up a thread about the FSLN's government, specially with your opinion about Ortega?
"Where Argentina goes, Latin America will go".
Welcome to SE Sandinista
We look forward to hearing your contributions and hope you like the forum.
Being able to communicate with people from around the world is one of the things that makes the internet great. Welcome comrade. Sorry about that drunken ambassador from the USSR Ortega had to deal with, and more importantly, that the Soviet Union abandoned you guys in the late 1980s.
"The thing about capitalism is that it sounds awful on paper and is horrendous in practice. Communism sounds wonderful on paper and when it was put into practice it was done pretty well for what they had to work with." -MiG
Soviet America is Free America!
Under communism, there is no freedom; you are not free to live in poverty, be homeless, to be without an education, to starve, or to be without a job
Che Burashka wrote:
Thanks for the welcome, which period? the decade of the 80 'or the current government period? And in relation to my opinion of Daniel Ortega, I can only say that I prefer the Daniel Ortega of the 80's. Probably because I do not like his relationship with the church today, it sounds something "radical" but that's my opinion. And now that you know, I can ask why you want to know that?
Thanks to all your welcome's
Sorry for my english!!
What's the situation in Nicaragua today?
Welcome comrade i hope you enjoy your stay!
“It is better to die standing than to live on your knees.“-Che Geuvara
"A shiny bauble from Capitalism is worthless when the cost is Children & the Elderly going hungry, The Infirm & Sick dying because of greed & Education reduced to a token few to placate the masses with Illusions of freedom."
The situation in my country today is very good, because government policy has been directed to the needy. From loans to women in the cities so that they open their business and thus improve their homes, there are also loans for rural women to whom they are given a pregnant cow and pig, chickens and technical assistance for the care of these. These two programs are the strongest, even admired by WFP.
PS: But it must be clear that there is still much to do, in fact this has been and remains the only government that has developed many projects.
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