President Daniel Ortega ratifies defense of the sovereignty of Sandinismo | News

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The president of Nicaragua, Daniel Ortega, ratified this Thursday the character and will of the Sandinista Revolution to defend the principles of peace and sovereignty of the peoples.

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During the act for the 86th anniversary of the birth of the father of the Sandinista Popular Revolution, Carlos Fonseca Amador, the president pointed out that cultivating these principles is precisely the way to open the doors of health, education and the eradication of poverty. poverty of the peoples.

Ortega described these, along with others, as the “great challenges that humanity faces,” while highlighting the figure of Fonseca and other Nicaraguan and Latin American heroes in the independence and emancipation processes of the region.

In a ceremony attended in the company of Vice President Rosario Murillo, in addition to several members of the Sandinista youth, the head of state avoided that the multilateralism of the peoples and the democratic processes that are taking shape, “are burying imperialism.”

“The truth is that there are innumerable feats of our people, and of the Latin American and Caribbean peoples for these days, for these dates, and it is only enough to remember that they are on the eve of that heroic battle, a gigantic battle, which means the end of the domain of Spain in our America, the battle of Carabobo, with General Simón Bolívar at the head of that battle,” he added.

At the same time that he pondered the strengthening of the peoples of the region, and signified the challenge of achieving the unity of the Central American peoples, who recently created the Federation of United Provinces of Central America, made up of El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala and Costa Rica.

“We are brothers, we were born together in the fight against the invasion of the Spanish, in the resistance against the invaders, and in the battles against Yankee expansionism,” Ortega meant in that sense.

The activity also honored the fathers of Nicaragua in their day, and took place in the mausoleum of the Revolution Square in Managua (capital), where the remains of the founder of the Sandinista National Liberation Front, Carlos Fonseca, rest.

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