MANAGUA, Nicaragua—In 2006, after 26 years of “ruling from below,” former Sandinista comandante Daniel Ortega won his second bid for president with a legitimate 38 percent of the vote. In 2011, he won an unconstitutional third term with 60 percent of the made-up vote. Which raises the question: Is an elected Sandinista any better than a […]
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