RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The daughter of former Nicaraguan President Violeta Barrios de Chamorro, Cristiana Chamorro, who aspires to the Presidency, denounced this Thursday that the ruler Daniel Ortega "de facto" canceled next November's elections by promoting through his deputies reforms to the Electoral Law without observers, with inhibitions of candidates and the votes under his control.
"With these electoral reforms, Ortega is practically canceling the elections. He is already preventing a change through elections", said Chamorro in a press conference in Managua, which was surrounded by police.
The presence of agents in opposition activities is viewed with suspicion . . .