A representative of the main opposition in Nicaragua was deported to Costa Rica

The leader of the Ciudadanos por la Libertad (CXL) party, Kitty Montreux (c) spoke during the press conference. EFE / George Torres

President of the Citizens’ Freedom Party (CxL), Various Nicaraguan media outlets reported this Tuesday that Kitty Montreal had left Nicaragua and was deported to Costa Rica. It happened after authorities canceled his passport and disqualified his party from running in the November election.

Montreal promised to make that decision because, Otherwise, “They’re going to take me to jail or deport me.” In fact, during the current election process, Nicaraguan authorities have arrested more than thirty opposition leaders, including seven presidential candidates.

The opposition woman appeared in an interview on Tuesday Delitica, From Costa Rica, although he left the country on Monday.

“I decided to hide until I could see how I could leave the country (…) Of course I did, (I felt threatened). There (Nicaragua), anyone identified or on the block list, Someone who is already at risk of going to jail. No one is sure anymore, “he said.

Pictured is Carmella Maria Rogers Ambern, also known as Kitty Monterey, the legal representative of the Ciudanos battle la Libertad (CxL).  EFE / George Torres / Archive
Pictured is Carmella Maria Rogers Ambern, also known as Kitty Monterey, the legal representative of the Ciudanos battle la Libertad (CxL). EFE / George Torres / Archive

The Daniel Ortega regime reported Sunday Enemy Ciudanos battle la Libertad (CxL)

In a statement, the regime explained that the 71-year-old political leader had had his ordinary passport revoked. Of the 198 registered trips, “a minority did so with a Nicaraguan passport”.

According to a report by the Directorate of Immigration and Foreigners, “it says 198 recorded immigration movements, mostly Ms Rogers Ambern used US passports (Among the minorities they did with a Nicaraguan passport) ”, not to mention.

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So, the authorities settled Rogers Amber’s Nicaraguan passport issued to date without effect because, in addition, he received “fraudulently,” Under control.

Election campaign in Nicaragua.  REUTERS / Oswaldo Rivas / File photo
Election campaign in Nicaragua. REUTERS / Oswaldo Rivas / File photo

According to that portfolio, the fraud form began by registering as Nicaraguan on June 7, 2005, which he carried out at the Nicaraguan Embassy in San Francisco, USA. According to the minutes 16 years ago, the name of the political leader was registered as “abuse” Carmella Marie Kitty Monterrey, does not match her real name: Carmella Maria Rogers Ambern.

Nicaraguan without nationality and without party

So, from now on, Political leader “American citizen only”Added.

Rogers Ambern or Montreux The legal representative of the CxL is the party that defines itself as center-right and the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE) has decided to repeal its legal authority., Three months before the election, Daniel Ortega seeks a new re-election.

CSEL decided to remove CXL from the electoral game, which led to an electoral alliance with a local party and a civic body to revoke the legal identity of a citizen ID card.

Many supporters of the opposition are Alexa Ciudanos for La Libertad (Cxl) Managua (Nicaragua).  EFE / George Torres / Archive
Many supporters of the opposition are Alexa Ciudanos for La Libertad (Cxl) Managua (Nicaragua). EFE / George Torres / Archive

By a resolution, the election judges, the supporters of President Ortega decided Dissolve the CxL party for registering people as candidates for elected positions who are considered “traitors to the homeland”., How the regime passes those who protested against it in April 2018.

In the current election process, Nicaraguan officials It is characterized by a relentless siege against opposition candidates and commentators.

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There is also the Election Council Abolished the legitimacy of the three political parties and parliament, where the ruling party has a majority, reformed the electoral law, This led to greater control over the electoral structure in favor of the Sandinistas.

In the picture, Daniel Ortega, the leader of Nicaragua.  EFE / George Torres / Archive
In the picture, Daniel Ortega, the leader of Nicaragua. EFE / George Torres / Archive

President Ortega, a 76-year-old former guerrilla fighter who has been in power since 2007, is wanted Fifth five-year term, fourth and second wife in a row with his deputy Rosario Murillo in the November election.

(With information from EFE)

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