November 28, 2021

Lakeview Gazette

Complete News World

The Supreme Electoral Council of Nicaragua declared Daniel Ortega the winner of the election fraud, half of which were examined.

Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo

Early Monday morning, November 8th, Representatives of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) of Nicaragua present the first draw of the presidential election It was described as “fraud” by that country, the opposition and many other countries.

In the region-wise bulletin, dictator Daniel Ortega’s Sandinista Front is listed as the most favorable group with 49.25% of the vote and 74.99% of the vote.

With these figures, CSE President Brenda Rocha declares the formula of Daniel Ortega and his wife Rosario Murillo as the winner of the election process, On a day when voting, repression and practically all opposition candidates are banned.

However, the CSE report a 65.3% participation in the census. This figure is far from personal estimates. Urnas Aberdeas, an independent election monitoring organization, estimated 18.5% Citizen participation, which was 81.5 percent did not vote. The Citizens’ Organization, which includes experts from various fields, said it supported 1,450 people who acted as anonymous observers across the country for the study.

The elections, which ended this Sunday, were not as free or fair as those condemned by the Nicaraguan opposition and national and international human rights organizations. “The worst possible elections,” said Louis Almagro, secretary-general of the Organization of American States (OAS). “A mockery”, the opposition called him and the citizens did not vote. “Pantomime”, US President Joe Biden called it Sunday afternoon.

Ortega ran against the candidates of the five smallest parties, which were generally allies of his regime and agreed to take part in a process that affected them. Seven opposition presidential candidates arrested, Charged with “treason.”

On Sunday, November 7, 2021, a Nicaraguan citizen carries a banner during a protest against President Daniel Ortega at the Plaza de la Constitution in Guatemala City.  Ortega is competing for the fourth time in a row against a field of lesser known candidates.  It could have put him in jail and given him a real challenge.  (AP Photo / Moises Castillo)
On Sunday, November 7, 2021, a Nicaraguan citizen carries a banner during a protest against President Daniel Ortega at the Plaza de la Constitution in Guatemala City. Ortega is seeking a fourth consecutive term against a field of lesser-known candidates. Could have put him in jail and given him a real challenge. (AP Photo / Moises Castillo)

The Liberal Liberal Party (PLC) is in second place with 14.40% of the vote, followed by the Christian Way Party (BCC, Evangelical) at 3.44%. The other three minority forces, which received less than 3.27% of the vote counted so far, are considered to be affiliated with the ruling party.

See also  Peru: 28 Congress demands removal of Pedro Castillo | Four months after taking office, they are accused of "moral incompetence."

Three hours before the results were announced, thousands of Santinista sympathizers came out to celebrate with red and black flags and gathered at Plaza de los Victorias and the so-called Avenida Bolivar in Managua.

In addition to refusing to participate in election campaigns such as the OAS, the European Union and the Carter Center, the Ordega regime has barred a large number of journalists from entering the country from international media outlets seeking to cover the election in Nicaragua.

The independent national media was also not recognized by the Supreme Electoral Council, and many independent journalists denounced it for refusing to provide coverage for being “not authorized by the Supreme Electoral Council”.

Electoral allies come from more than twenty countries. During the recognition ceremony, the gestures of political conversion made by many of the election comrades were known. They created the “two” sign with their hands while taking pictures. “Two” is the number of the Sandinista leading polling station and the initials of Daniel Ortega Chavezra, which is why it has become a widely used gesture and number in the Sandinista election campaign.

Continue reading: