The government of Nicaragua who presides Daniel Ortega congratulated the one from Mexico this Saturday 213th anniversary of its independence, and expressed its commitment to “further strengthening the historic bonds of solidarity, fraternity and cooperation.” Through a Map addressed to the President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador The Sandinista leader said he “remembers this historic celebration with joy.”
“On the occasion of the special commemoration of this September 16th, the 213th Anniversary of Independence Day In the name of the people and the Government, we express in the most fraternal manner the reconciliation and national unity of the Republic Nicaragua“ And on our own behalf, our warmest congratulations to you, to the people and government of the United Mexican States,” Ortega wrote in an official statement.
Ortega reiterated “the strongest commitment of the people and the Government of the Republic.” Nicaragua “to continue to strengthen the historic bonds of solidarity, brotherhood and cooperation, always based on mutual respect, that bind us to the people and government of Mexico.”
“Of our Nicaragua always blessed and always free, our fraternal embrace, with the affection of all Nicaraguans for the brotherly people of Mexico,” concluded Ortega, who signed the treaty Map along with his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo.
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador celebrated this Saturday Mexico’s Independence Day by leading the military parade, reflecting the growing power given to the armed forces. The event was held to commemorate the 213th anniversary of the beginning of the armed struggle for Mexican independence.
Just like in the Cry of independence Representatives of the judiciary and the legislature were not present at the parade, as the president had announced days earlier that he would not invite representatives of these powers because “we do not have good relations,” accusing them of being “against the people “. ”
It is 16th September He Group of 77 and China By acclamation, they agreed to the full reincorporation of Mexico into the forum, a request that the North American country had made public the day before. This decision was announced during the summit of the G77+China in Havana, where all members unanimously agreed on a statement at the conclusion of the summit, separate from the text of the conclusions.
It should be recalled that on September 8th and 9th the G20 summit took place, a group to which Mexico belongs but in which it did not take part; A week later he asked to rejoin G77 + China wherever it can be found Nicaragua.
Ortega dictatorship expropriates real estate in Nicaragua
On September 13, Gioconda Belli, Nicaraguan poet and novelist, denounced the president’s dictatorship through her social networks Daniel Ortega completed the seizure of his home in Managua and it was occupied by regime police.
In addition to the house of the winner of the 2023 Ibero-American Poetry Prize Reina Sofía, the Nicaraguan authorities also expropriated the property of Camilo de Castro, Belli’s son, as well as the property of former foreign ministers Francisco Aguirre Sacasa and Norman Caldera.
They also expropriated the homes of former Junta government member Moisés Hassan, human rights defender Gonzalo Carrión and activist Haydée Castillo, all of whom the authorities had stripped of their nationality.