The dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo gave Nicaraguan nationality to the Venezuelan citizen Mohamad Al Akli Mansour, according to resolution No. 33121 of the Ministry of the Interior published in La Gaceta, Official Gazette No. 96 of this Thursday, May 26, 2022 .
The Interior resolution indicates that Mansour arrived in Nicaragua on September 23, 2019 and has remained in the country uninterruptedly. He is married, was born in Venezuela on April 12, 1992, is 30 years old and has blood ties with a Nicaraguan.
Between 2015 and 2019, Mansour was linked to the company Makro Trading Panamá SA, a company founded on September 14, 2015 in Panama City under commercial registry 155612711, according to public data available on the web. He held the positions of director and secretary during those years.
The Venezuelan was dismissed from his positions between July and November 2019, according to data consulted by this media outlet. The date of his removal from the company coincides with his arrival and establishment in Nicaragua, in September 2019.
Other nationalized in the past
In 2021, the Ortega dictatorship nationalized two doctors from the Russian Mechnikov plant. Since August 16 of last year, Viktor Pavlovich Trukhin has held Nicaraguan citizenship for having contributed to “scientific and technological development.” Russian doctor Elena Petrovna Nacharova was naturalized on October 8, she also works at the Latin American Biotechnology Laboratory installed in Nicaragua.
Likewise, it has granted nationality to Salvadoran officials persecuted for corruption in their country, including former presidents Mauricio Funes and Salvador Sánchez Cerén, as well as the relatives of those politicians.
Ortega also ratified the Nicaraguan nationality to the American Sozan Adli Mosa Saed, daughter of the Jordanian businessman, naturalized Nicaraguan, Adli Musa Farhood, pointed out by the former United States ambassador in Nicaragua, Paul Trivelli, of being part of a group of six Palestinian businessmen who live in Nicaragua supposedly linked to money laundering, smuggling, human trafficking and the collection of funds for violent organizations such as the radical movement Hamas, according to a journalistic note of El Nuevo Diario (END) of April 2011.