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Nicaraguans and the covert war

Nicaraguans and the covert war

a chronology ; The Story of Felipe y Mery Barreda of Esteli

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Published by The Project in Santa Cruz, CA (515 Broadway, Santa Cruz, 95060) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nicaragua
    • Subjects:
    • Barreda, Felipe, 1931-1983 -- Assassination.,
    • Barreda, María Eugenia, 1933-1983 -- Assassination.,
    • Counterrevolutions -- Nicaragua -- History -- 20th century -- Chronology.,
    • Christian martyrs -- Nicaragua -- Biography.,
    • Nicaragua -- Politics and government -- 1979-1990 -- Chronology.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      Statementprepared by the Witness for Peace Documentation Project.
      ContributionsWitness for Peace Documentation Project.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1528 .N54 1984
      The Physical Object
      Paginationv. <1 > :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2623002M
      LC Control Number85190498

      Today, the Sandinistas make promises for Western consumption, about how the political process will be opened up. Thus, it is not surprising that the Reagan administration could not accept the legitimacy of authentic, non-subservient Nicaraguan revolutionaries. Of course Nicaragua is not the only Latin American country where people spy on their neighbors. The results are what one might expect for a country that imports Bulgarian economists to advise its Ministry of Economic Cooperation. The court found that it was obliged to apply this exception and refused to take on claims by Nicaragua based on the United Nations Charter and Organization of American States charter, but concluded that it could still decide the case based on customary international law obligations with majority.

      Two children, who had taken fright and hidden under a bed, were hit. Then a contra executioner knelt and rammed a k-bar knife into his throat. The US government knew that the Nicaraguans had been exhausted from the war, which had cost 30, lives, and that voters usually vote the incumbents out during economic decline. According to Commander Carrion, the offensive known as "C Plan" had the objective of capturing the Nicaraguan border town of Jalapa in order to install a provisional government, which could receive international recognition.

      Infant mortality has been cut in half. As the war against Somoza illustrates, most Nicaraguans will stay out of the cross-fire, and hesitate to oppose a dictatorship until it becomes clear that the dictatorship is on its way out. But one must ask what shape the economy would be in without the war. You can help by adding to it.


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