Walter Espinosa – Constitutionalist Liberal Party (PLC)
Walter Espinosa (age 41) was elected candidate by the Constitutional Liberal Party in August this year, in a process full of accusations within his own party that he was inscribed as president, following the resignation of then-president Milton Arsia. Candidate for PLC. The reason for his withdrawal from the election was his refusal to allow the PLC to condemn the opposition Ciudadanos por la Libertad (CxL), which led the Sandinista government to revoke the party’s legal status. The complaint may have been part of an agreement between the PLC and the FSLN to eliminate an opposition party. He publicly stated that he learned to drive as soon as he joined, allowing him to become the driver of Martha Ramirez, the former director of the Civil Registry during the government of Arnoldo Aleman (PLC chairman) who was president of Nicaragua. That work connected him between 1997 and 2002 and made him known among leaders, and, as he acknowledged, “allowed him to climb into the party structure.” In 1999, he graduated from high school and received a scholarship from a PLC assistant. Entered the University of Managua where he studied management and tourism. Two years later he was elected Councilor in the Office of the Mayor of Managua, and in 2016 he was elected Vice-Chairman of the National Assembly, where he is currently Chairman of the Commission on Population, Development and Municipal Affairs, and is a member of the Legislature on Production, Economy and Budget. Commission National “Walter Espinosa will change everything, we are going to change history,” the candidate said. “I hope that many Nicaraguans or many who call themselves Democrats will not lose faith. If we really want to change history, if we really want to change continuity, we will change the discourse. Without God we have nothing. He is going to give every Nicaraguan wisdom this November 7th. They have the only way to achieve the change that Nicaragua wants, “he added. The PLC is the second political force to win 15% of the vote in the National Assembly. In the last elections of 2016. Of the total 92 members who make up the National Assembly, there are currently 14 delegates. In 1998, the PLC, led by former Nicaraguan President Arnoldo Aleman, signed an agreement with the FSLN that allowed the Sandinists to rule in a way that various analysts see as a functional opposition to Daniel Ortega’s stay in power. Mauricio Ouebe Vázquez – Freedom Liberal Party (PLI) Mauricio Ouebe (53) is the presidential candidate of the Freedom Liberal Party (PLI), founded in 1944 by his family. “Nicaragua needs change, and we are going to lead a change government. We must recognize that we are in the midst of an unprecedented national crisis and that we are not going to get out of it, ”he said in his first speech as a candidate on September 25. Although he was born in Nicaragua, he spent most of his life in El Salvador, where he devoted his life to the seminary and pastor of Assemblies of God, one of the largest evangelical Pentecostal organizations in the world. There he studied journalism and worked as a news correspondent for many years. Upon his return to the country, he was the Managua Department’s deputy candidate for the Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance and joined the National Assembly in 2017. Support for the Managua Department for the Nicaraguan Liberal Alliance (ALN), which contracted with PLI. In 2017, Nicaraguan Evangelical University indicted Ouebe in court for economic fraud. The university said ICES did not provide the money paid by students pursuing postgraduate studies at ICES, in violation of the agreement with the Institute of Higher Education (ICES). Although the judge in charge of the case demanded that the deputy should not be allowed to punish him, the National Assembly (parliament), which has a majority in Chandinista, did not allow him to proceed with the proceedings in response to the indictment. The United States has revoked the visas of more than 150 Nicaraguan officials, including Oz. The decision fell on some members of the National Assembly, lawyers, judges and their relatives, who were accused of “being responsible or complicit in undermining democracy.” “I have only been to the United States for one trip. I can not go to the United States, but there are many, many countries where you can do it. No problem, I respect the decisions of each state, it is their country. That’s where the decision makers come in, ”lamented the candidate. The PLI is a center-right party that split in 1944 from the Nationalist Liberal Party, which led the family of dictator Somosa. It is currently the third largest political party in Nicaragua, according to the 2016 election results. On that occasion, it received 4.51% of the vote and reached 2 seats in the 92-member National Assembly.Marcelo de Jesús Montiel Fernández – ALN) Previously appeared with his partner Jennifer del Carme Espinosa Plane. None of them has a history of campaigning before, and so far no party has campaigned.145 Some proposals, including the immediate release of political prisoners and the reduction of gas, are known through their Facebook accounts. And the distribution of 300,000 computers to fuels and schools in Nicaragua. “I am not a collaborator, I am a 100% Democrat and a liberal. I am the candidate of the real opposition.” According to election results, Nicaragua is currently the fourth largest political party in the world, with 4.31% of the vote, reaching 2 seats in the 92 – member National Assembly. Nicaragua’s presidential candidate for the República (APRE) party, he promises, is “tired of traditional politicians” and nominates himself as the youngest candidate. “We’re already bored with the same politicians,” he said as he introduced himself. “People have been looking for young people who have the potential to change the history of Nicaragua for the last 40 years. They have been living in Nicaragua for the last 40 years as bipartisan, liberal, youthless chauvinists. We want the people to win the presidency. He pointed out that his life is not a bar that harms the people. “People are asking for new people to replace politicians.” Because of his youth, the new candidate has been compared to President Pukele of Salvador. His application went in an unusual direction, he said, adding that Caspar came to the APRE offices on July 13 this year. He told Caspar that he knew Nuls and wanted to introduce him. He called me and said it was a good feature. Join him and come to the meetings regularly, ”says Caspar, revealing that he is not a member of the APRE. The canals promised that Caspar’s appearance was “the light of the Holy Spirit” and that he began to notice some of his qualities. “When I was talking to you on the phone, a little light came on and I saw you as president,” Connells testified before reporters on the day he registered his candidate in the election register. The Alliance for the Republic (APRE) was founded in 2004 by dissident liberals from the Liberal Conservative Party (PLC) and the Conservative Party (PC), Nicaragua’s Liberal-Conservative political party, including Enrique Bolognese, then President of Nicaragua. The party was formed in February 2003 after the PLC, the official ruling party, declared itself against the Polonnaruwa government. Initially, it formed electoral alliances with various political parties, which allowed it to achieve some degree of success at the municipal level. However, at the national level it has always been a small party: in the 2016 general election in Nicaragua, the APRE was the sixth political force and received 1.40% of the vote, reaching a deputy representation in the National Assembly. Guillermo Osorno – Nikaraguan Christian Way (CCN) In 1995, the Assembly of God Protestant pastor Guillermo Osorno founded the Nicaraguan Christian Way Party with the conviction that there must be an evangelical ruler in his country. October 1996. With 4.09% of the vote (71,908), Daniel Ortega’s third-highest vote-getter in this election after Arnoldo Alemanne’s Liberal Alliance (AL) with 50.99% of the vote and the Sandinista Liberation Front Nacional (FSLN). Lost with 37.83%. He had his own bench in the Nicaraguan National Assembly, and in the following electoral process he was an ally of the Constitutional Liberal Party (PLC), where he won a representative. But from 2011 to 2016, he drastically changed his position and joined the United Nicaragua Triumph Alliance led by the Santinista National Liberation Front (FSLN). Osorno is currently a pro-government deputy in the Central American Parliament. As violence unleashed repression in Nicaragua in 2018, 350 people were killed and 2,000 wounded, and Osorno began to distance himself from Santinismo. A year ago, when asked if he would maintain an electoral alliance with the FSLN, he said: “We pray, we ask God for directions, and God tells me: Get away from it, I will gladly do it, but so far it has been. His party did worse than expected from opinion polls, which saw them at gaining about a third of the seats. “அலியான்சாவில் மற்ற செயல்முறைகளில் பங்கேற்றதற்காக நான் ஏற்கனவே முன்னணிக்கு (சாண்டினிஸ்டா) நன்றி தெரிவித்தேன், ஆனால் யாருடனும் எந்த கூட்டணியும் இல்லாமல் தனித்து போட்டியிடுவதே எங்கள் கட்சியின் வாரியத்தின் நிலை” என்று தேர்தல் வாக்குச்சீட்டில் போதகர் கூறினார். ஆபிரகாம் இஸ்ரேல் ஒசோர்னோ லாரியோஸ் துணை வேட்பாளராக முதல்வராகவும், நிகரகுவா அரசியல் துறையில் தெரியாத நபரான Violeta Jannette Martínez Zapata துணைத் தலைவராகவும் இருந்தார். ஒரு திடீர் பத்திரிக்கையாளர் சந்திப்பு தனது அரசியல் பிரச்சாரத்தை மேற்கொள்ள முப்பதாயிரம் டாலர்களை கடனாகப் பகிரங்கமாகக் கோரியது. “எங்களைப் பார்ப்பவர்களை காமினோ கிறிஸ்டியானோவுடன் ஒத்துழைக்க அழைக்கிறேன். பணம் உள்ளவர்கள் யாராவது இருந்தால், அவர் எங்களுக்கு கடன் கொடுக்கட்டும், நாங்கள் உறுதிமொழி நோட்டில் கையெழுத்திடுவோம், ”என்று அவர் ஊடகங்களுக்கு தெரிவித்தார். ஐந்து வாரங்களுக்குப் பிறகு, எந்த வங்கியும் அல்லது தனி நபரும் தனக்குப் பணம் கொடுக்கவில்லை என்பதை அவர் ஒப்புக்கொண்டார், அதனால்தான் அவரது பிரச்சாரம் அவரது கட்சியின் உறுப்பினர்களின் பங்களிப்புடன் இருக்கும். * பிராந்திய செய்தி நிறுவனம்.