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Political scientist says OAS will not recognize Nicaragua elections

Political scientist says OAS will not recognize Nicaragua elections

Managua, Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) Nicaraguan political scientist Manuel Espinoza anticipated today that the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro, has already prepared his speech to disavow November 7 general elections in this country.
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Almagro already has prepared, with well-structured paragraphs and fancy words, his statement to say that he does not recognize the electoral results in Nicaragua, predicted the director of the Regional Center for International Studies (CREI) while intervening in the program Detalles del Momento, of Channel Six of the Nicaraguan television.

In an analysis of the performance of the Uruguayan diplomat at the head of the Organization of American States (OAS), Espinoza recalled that his election to the post of Secretary General in 2015 was greatly influenced by the way in which he bowed to the US agenda against Venezuela.

The political analyst considered that with his actions in recent years, such as his interference in the October 2019 general elections in Bolivia, the OAS is undergoing a process of attrition. Among so much arrogance Almagro is doing a favor to the peoples and to the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States (Celac) itself, because as Father Miguel D’Escoto (Nicaraguan Foreign Minister in the 80s) asked, these international structures must undergo a profound restructuring, not only of the statutes but also of their founding purposes, he considered.

The first thing would be to remove the OAS headquarters in Washington, the capital of the U.S. empire, he warned.

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