The regime of Daniel Ortega made official the appointment of the former Sandinista mayor of Managua daysi torres as ambassador of Nicaragua in Venezuela. The decision already advanced by the vice dictator of Nicaragua, Rosario Murillo, was made public on Friday, March 24 in La Gaceta, the official gazette.
“Name Daysi Ivette Torres Bosques, in the position of Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Nicaragua to the Government of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela”, details article one of the presidential agreement number 33-2023.
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Article two of the same agreement adds that the decision of the dictator Daniel Ortega takes effect as of March 21, “to be published in La Gaceta, Official Gazette. It is brought to the attention of the National Assembly for its due ratification”.
With the appointment of Torres, the Ortega y Murillo administration annulled the position of Orlando Jose Gomez Zamora, who had the position of extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of Nicaragua before the Government of Venezuela.
Gómez Zamora was the Nicaraguan ambassador in Venezuela for a little over seven months, as detailed in Presidential agreement No.127-2022, dated August 13, 2022 and published in La Gaceta, official gazette No.152, dated August 16, 2022. August of the same year.
Daysi Torres, without pain or glory in the Mayor’s Office of Managua
Torres, a journalist by profession, and who has always worked as a propagandist for the FSLN, directed the Mayor’s Office of Managua where he spent his periods without pain or glory. After those years in the capital commune daysi torres disappeared from public life. Some describe the exedil of the capital as “insipid and opaque.”
After leaving the mayor’s office, the official returned on the eve of the 2021 presidential elections to occupy the position of president of the Departmental Electoral Council (CED) of Managua.
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During the 1980s, during the first Sandinista dictatorship, she was the personal reporter of the dictator Daniel Ortega, of whom she herself declares herself a loyal follower.
The journalist’s name came back into public life this Wednesday, March 22, when the Nicaraguan codictator announced changes in the foreign policy of the Central American country.
The assumption of Daysi Torres of the capital commune occurred after the strange death of the then mayor of Managua, Alexis Argüello. The new diplomat became mayor after the questioned municipal votes of 2008.
On July 7, 2009, six days after the death of the former Nicaraguan boxer, she was appointed mayor of Managua, a position she held until January 4, 2018, a few months before the social uprising that kept the country plunged into a serious crisis. social, political, economic and human rights.
The now ambassador of Venezuela is classified as “faithful” to the presidential couple and “discreet” in her political life because she never tries to stand out and abides by what her political bosses order, it is just the profile that the Ortega-Murillos prefer. on designated officials.