Lula buscará resolución de condena contra dictador Ortega en Foro de Sao Pablo.

Lula turns his back on Ortega and will propose to the São Pablo Forum that it condemn human rights violations in Nicaragua

The president of Brazil, Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, until now the only important political ally that Daniel Ortega had in America, finally turned his back on the Nicaraguan dictator and will present next Thursday, before the São Paulo Forum, a resolution to condemn the crimes committed by the Ortega-Murillo regime, as reported from the Brazilian presidential headquarters, reports Europa Press.

The São Pablo Forum, which brings together left-wing political parties from the American continent, until a few weeks ago had shown its support for Ortega, at the request of its founder Lula da Silva, however, the dictatorial arrogance of Ortega and Murillo has changed opinion to the Brazilian president and leader of the Workers’ Party (PT).

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According to Europa Press, this change of direction of the Lula government with respect to Ortega had already been exposed since last week when Brazil joined the resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS), backing down. to the initial attempt to “wash the image” of the Sandinista dictator, softening the terms of said resolution.

The source cited by the European media has described Lula’s new position with the dictator Ortega as “irritation”, however, they assure that the Brazilian head of state does not renounce the possibility of maintaining “an open channel of communication with Nicaragua and not close in band as other countries have done.

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Lula da Silva’s anger is attributed to the Nicaraguan dictator’s refusal to acknowledge his mistake and “lose forgiveness” for the repression, as he said during his visit to Pope Francis, when he criticized Ortega for the arrest of several Catholic clergymen, among them the bishop of the Diocese of Matagalpa and apostolic administrator of the Diocese of Estelí, Rolando Álvarez, sentenced to 26 years in prison for alleged treason.

Lula promised to mediate for his release, but Ortega reportedly refused to agree to his Brazilian friend. «The word ‘sorry’ is simple, but it requires a lot of greatness to recognize that a mistake was made (…) Not all men have the courage to say: ‘I was wrong, I’m going to change my mind’. You have to be convinced,” Lula said in Europe, referring to Ortega

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