RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The opposition aspirant to the Presidency of Nicaragua, economist Juan Sebastián Chamorro, urged his country's opposition to participate in the upcoming elections in which President Daniel Ortega, in power since 2007, seeks his third consecutive reelection. Through this active participation, the opposition would ultimately be able to prove fraud against Ortega.
"You have to go (to the elections) because if you don't go, there is no day after the elections," said Chamorro, nephew-in-law of former Nicaraguan President Violeta Barrios de Chamorro (1990-1997).
Chamorro, who is a presidential pre-candidate for . . .