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Nicaragua: Panamerican Highway Remains Under Protestors’ Control, Latino Winter Rages On

Article Summary:

More than 100 retired Nicaraguan military Army members continue to keep vehicular traffic paralyzed on the Panamerican highway as they wait to see if the government will respond to their demands.

Original Article Text From Prensa Nicaragua via Google Translate :

Leon Pan Paralyzed Former Military
More than 100 former military retired Army and members keep vehicular traffic paralyzed on the Panamerican highway from the exit of Leon-Managua.

According to the leaders of the protests that began this morning in Leon and Chinandega and obey the government does not want to meet a number of lawsuits that have been doing since time such as to provide them with a pension to retirees, the supply of zinc, land and housing.

The former members said they do not meet the protests will intensify.

Andres Castillo, president of the National Homeland Defense Camilo Ortega in Leon, threatened that they will completely paralyze traffic, if the government “deaf ears”.

“Most of us were in the Army, we are 600 peers in the municipality of Leon,” said Marco Antonio Salinas Pérez, leader of the Cubs, who sent a message to Ortega.

“Mr. Ortega by us are there, we were forced and others will tell us that we are protesting interest, but wrong” Salinas said.

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From Prensa Nicaragua

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