Criticism does not prevent the law on foreign agents from claiming victims in Nicaragua

The law regulating foreign agents was born flawed in Nicaragua, amid criticism from opponents and NGOs who fear that Daniel Ortega’s government will use the ambiguity of regulation to further narrow the space of civil society and disagreement. The announcement of the abandonment of the Swedish NGO We Effect underlines the side effects of a law that, according to the ruling party, only aims to improve security.

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