After defeating a violent US-backed coup attempt, Nicaragua’s elected government faces the NICA Act. The bill aims to force the Sandinistas from power by ratcheting up economic despair.
“They think that with it the Nicaraguan people are going to get down on their knees, and they do not realize that this is a town that does not sell or surrender,” Ortega said.
Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega criticized Saturday the draft sanctions that the United States Congress is discussing against his government saying such actions would bring poverty and economic troubles to his country. "I say to the U.S. congresspeople and senators who are voting in favor of this interventionist law that what they are coming