By Judith Flores
Rejection and suspicion are the reactions to journalistic information indicating that Humberto Ortega Saavedra, retired general and brother of the Sandinista dictator Daniel Ortega Saavedra, would be the liaison for the international community in the search for a "negotiated" solution to the sociopolitical crisis that It has crossed Nicaragua since 2018.
According to Nicaraguan media, the visit of the Sandinista dictator to his brother, former Army chief Humberto Ortega, on December 23, and the statements by European diplomatic sources to the newspaper La Prensa that there are approaches for a dialogue, could be the first step for . . .