Former Nicaraguan ambassador in the Dominican Republic goes as "counselor minister with consular functions" to Honduras

Former Nicaraguan ambassador in the Dominican Republic goes as “counselor minister with consular functions” to Honduras

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Minrex), under orders from Daniel Ortega, appointed Iris Audelly Acuna Huete as “minister counselor with consular functions” of Nicaragua before the Republic of Honduras.

Through ministerial agreement 25-2023, published in The Gazette This Wednesday, July 5, Foreign Minister Denis Moncada formalized the appointment of Acuña Huete to represent the Nicaraguan embassy in the neighboring country to the north.

The new appointment of the Ortega official comes almost three months after the regime dismissed her as extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Nicaragua to the Dominican Republic, for which she had been appointed on February 21, 2019.

Related news: Ortega appoints Sidhartha Marín as his ambassador to Honduras

In March of this year, Vice President Rosario Murillo reported that Acuña Huete was going to occupy “other functions”, without specifying which ones.

Former Nicaraguan ambassador in the Dominican Republic goes as "counselor minister with consular functions" to Honduras
Ortega official Iris Audelly Acuña Huete.

Until now, Sidhartha Francisco Marín Arauz He is the Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of Nicaragua to Honduras. The diplomat was appointed as ambassador in Tegucigalpa on May 17, 2022, through presidential agreement number 80-2022.

Regime “remove and put” ambassadors at will

The Ortega Murillo administration maintains a constant movement in the foreign service. They appoint and remove ambassadors almost every week. Many representatives last a short time in office.

For a former Nicaraguan diplomat who asked to keep his identity confidential, in Nicaragua the Foreign Ministry, as the governing body of diplomacy, has been stripped of all authority by the dictators, who manage the diplomatic corps at will.

“Currently there is neither a Foreign Ministry nor a chancellor in Nicaragua, basically everything works from El Carmen,” criticizes the former diplomat, referring to the little or no authority that Foreign Minister Denis Moncada has, who on official trips is overshadowed and subordinated to his son of dictators, Laureano Ortega.

He explains that some time ago, dictators only cared about controlling some embassies, the ones of greatest interest to them, but “Every day all diplomatic activity is being centralized from El Carmen. There are no longer diplomats, but operators of the regime », he stressed.

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