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Presidency and Legislative Assembly summon sectors to dialogue to seek solution to crisis

QCOSTARICA - President Carlos Alvarado, and the President of the Legislative Assembly, Eduardo Cruickshank, convened Sunday night a multi-sectoral dialogue table in order to seek agreements to address the fiscal situation and the economic crisis facing the country. Through a national television network, the leaders...

President Duque opens national dialogue after protests

President Iván Duque opened a national dialogue Sunday that he said will include citizens from all walks of life in tackling issues like corruption and inequality days after one of Colombia’s biggest protests in recent history. An anti-government demonstrator waves a Colombian flag after he...

Catholic Church “Important Advisor” In National Social Dialogue

The President Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, met on Thursday, July 3, with the Archbishop of San José, Mgr. José Rafel Quirós, for more than two hours, with the aim of establishing a dialogue on the various themes of national social reality. The note from the...

Red Cross asks for clarity in its role in the release of political prisoners

Checking the list of detained protesters that will be released and returned to their families, as well as support in the logistics to achieve this task, are some of the tasks that could be performed by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC),...

Ortega Dialogues With The United States and the European Union

The United States and the European Union (EU) are making efforts in parallel to achieve the return of the national dialogue where the peaceful solution to the sociopolitical crisis in Nicaragua is agreed, as the situation in the country worsens because the Daniel Ortega...

Government and Unions Fail To End Strike Now In Its 16th Day

Following eight hours of talks in their fifth "preliminary meeting" on Monday between the government and public sector unions failed to end the strike of public employees now in its 16th day. Both sides are expected to re-sit today, Tuesday, at 3 pm. At 11 pm...

Day 11: Strike Continues Indefinetely, Unions Assert

Despite the meeting with the Government on Wednesday, that many on both sides say went well, the leaders of the various public sector unions reasserted last night that the "indefinite national strike" will continue. The preliminary talks expected to lead to a dialogue that will...

Unions Accept Prelim Mediation As Strike Continues Into Day 9

The labor unions announced Monday evening an agreement to a preliminary dialogue with the Catholic Church as mediator, but would continue the strike action that today enters its 9th consecutive day. On a tour of the various news television channels Monday night, President Carlos Alvarado...

National Strike Continues Into Day 4

President Carlos Alvarado assures the doors to dialogue are open if the protest movement is called off. For his part, Albino Vargas, the leader of the public sector union movement, is clear, "It is negotiable to stop the strike". The President and the union leader...

Tense Tv-faceoff. Protesters Confront Ortega In Televised Debate.

Nicaragua’s 72-year-old leader, Daniel Ortega, who previously ruled between 1979 and 1990, is a former leftist Sandinista guerrilla who helped overthrow the US-backed dictatorship of Anastasio Somoza, but who himself has become seen as dictatorial, faced a confrontation in the first national dialogue held...

Nicaragua Army Says It WILL NOT Repress Protests

The Nicaraguan Army said Saturday it will not engage in acts of repression against civilians who have held anti-government protests since last month and called for a dialogue to help resolve the crisis in the country. “There is not a single soldier involved in acts...

Nicaraguan Students Agree to Dialogue with Gov’t

The April 19 University Movement accepted the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua’s invitation for a national peace dialogue with the government. Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega waves to supporters after voting in the municipal elections at a polling station in Managua, Nicaragua Nov. 5, 2017. | Photo:...

Ortega Government Accepts Dialogue Call After Protests

The government of Daniel Ortega, through its spokesperson, Vice-president and First Lady, Rosario Murillo, on Friday accepted a call for dialogue by the private sector to discuss a new set of social security measures, which have led to widespread protests and violence in the...

Costa Rica Thrives On Peace, Cooperation With East Asia

TODAY COSTA RICA (Korean Herald) Across serene and pacific Costa Rica, the military has long been a thing of a bygone era. Costa Rica renounced its military in 1948, and has since spearheaded a path of peace and development in a region perennially engrossed in...

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