jeudi, novembre 09, 2006

Actualité - New Sandinistas for Peace, Harmony

Managua, Nov 8 (Prensa Latina) - The indisputable electoral victory of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua is the fitting reward for an electoral campaign that advocated peace and reconciliation as the Sandinista Movement s new standards.

Since the electoral race began in July, the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) started out with a totally different image, with the Sandinista leader resorting to a conciliatory speech.

In his tours of neighborhoods and cities, the former president (1984-1979) gave details of his government program, explaining with a clear language and astonishing figures that the neoliberalism imposed by the previous governments over the last 16 years is the only one responsible for Nicaragua being the continent s second poorest country.

"The FSLN is the only party able to end with poverty in Nicaragua," he affirms, while calling on followers and adversaries to give him a new chance to prove it.

Now that he has been finally elected president, Ortega is faced with the challenge of meeting all his promises, in "peace and reconciliation." Aware of that and loyal to his commitment, the president elect has already "extended his hands" to his adversaries to work together for the good of the country.

"We cannot speak of winners and losers, because in this process all of us should work together for the good of Nicaragua", Ortega stated in his first statement after being confirmed as winner.
He also encouraged all citizens to "give Nicaragua a sign of stability, placing our commitment to overcome poverty above our political stances."

(Prensa Latina News Agency)

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