In a dialogue with Prensa Latina, he expressed that with the implementation of several programs, the Executive was able to value and integrate the cultural essence as part of the identity of Nicaragua as a Central American nation.
“Because of the importance of culture for the daily life of the people, our Sandinista government program has designed instances and means to develop it,” he said.
In that sense, he mentioned among the most outstanding examples the 153 dance schools in the country’s municipalities, as well as the more than 150 houses of culture and creativity, which operate in urban and rural areas.
He highlighted the importance of these free initiatives whose mission is to discover talents in communities where children and young people did not have access to exercise their artistic capacity.
He argued that the cultural policy designed by President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo calls for articulating actions and working among all the country’s institutions.