During the past month, Nicaragua has experienced its greatest political crisis since the Revolution. Full story here: https://cigar-coop.com/2018/06/feature-story-how-the-nicaraguan-crisis-could-impact-the-premium-cigar-industry.html
Dictator DanielOrtega Determined to Remain in Power until 2021. He didn’t order a stop to the repression and he asked the bishops for two days to analyze the agenda for the democratization of the country, put forth in the dialogue three weeks ago. Over 120 people killed. Russia is staying very quiet. Complete story here...................... https://www.havanatimes.org/?p=134445&utm_source=feedburner&...
Business chamber says up to 6,000 trucks are trapped in Nicaragua. Among the products that are known to be in transit through Nicaragua are raw materials, grains, perishable products, refrigerated products and chemicals.
Better stock up on your favorite Nica sticks. The Bureau of Consular Affairs of the United States Department of State issued a Level 3 (Reconsider Travel) advisory for Nicaragua due to “crime, civil unrest and limited healthcare availability”.
Nicaragua has been facing a serious crisis that began in April 18, when college students took to the streets to protest the revocation of the social security and pension reforms approved unilaterally without the approval of congress; however, the tension escalated quickly due to the government’s acts of repression.