Focused on the productive, social, infrastructure and development areas, the new program covers the major guidelines for restitution of rights to Nicaraguan people.
When announcing the new Plan at the Campus of the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua), Acosta said this program represents ‘productive sectors: farmers, teachers, health personnel, public servants, small merchants, sole traders, and young people committed to development.’
Acoste stated that the project has as its starting point the situation encountered by the Sandinista government when it returned to power in 2007, after three neoliberal administrations.
The over 16-year country, the country of chaos, the country that destroyed neoliberalism, and we cannot forget such a long night of darkness and despair, the country where productive capacity was wiped out, Acosta reviewed.
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