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Washington Piles On Pressure Ahead Of Nicaraguan Elections

Washington has ratcheted up the pressure just days before Nicaragua’s presidential and parliamentary elections, approving legislation calling for more sanctions and other punitive measures. The bipartisan Renacer Act was passed by 387 votes to 35 on Wednesday evening and will be sent to President Joe Biden to pass into law. It is expected to be introduced ahead of Sunday’s poll to pile additional pressure on President Daniel Ortega and his Sandinista government. The Senate foreign relations committee welcomed the passing of the draconian and reactionary Bill. Senator Bob Menendez said that he was proud to see unity between Republicans and Democrats with “the dictator’s coronation around the corner.

New Phase Of Economic Attacks And Hybrid War On Nicaragua

The US Congress Invited Neoconservative Regime-Change Strategists To Discuss The Next Stage Of Hybrid Warfare On Nicaragua’s Sandinista Government, Which Will Likely Involve Creating An Economic Blockade, Refusing To Recognize The Legitimacy Of President Daniel Ortega, And Borrowing Tactics The Trump Administration Used In Its Coup Attempt In Venezuela.

Stop US-Directed Regime Change In Nicaragua; Stop The RENACER Act

On Monday, September 13, solidarity activists protested outside the US Congress against the RENACER Act, which stands for the Orwellian title, "Reinforcing Nicaragua's Adherence to Conditions for Electoral Reform." The bill is part of the United States' effort to undermine the presidential election in Nicaragua this November to prevent President Ortega from being re-elected. The RENACER Act would place more unilateral coercive economic measures (aka Sanctions) on Nicaragua, facilitate greater coordination of the US' economic war on Nicaragua with Canada and the European Union, create stricter oversight of financial institutions doing business with Nicaragua and impose greater Visa restrictions.
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