Nicaraguan government reiterates call for peace and reunion
On Saturday, the vice president of Nicaragua , Rosario Murillo , held a new call for peace and the reunion between the various sectors of the population after the violence in the country since April 18.
“May the spirit of God be manifested in all the communities of Nicaragua that we implore God to be every day more free from violence and from any alteration to the harmony we all want,” said Murillo.
In addition, he asked that during the weekend it be allowed to resume normalcy in the country so that the Nigerian families “can have a respite”, with more security and in the framework of the reconstruction of peace.
The official insisted on the need for reunion without losing hope, as well as working for justice and tranquility of the people to make the Central American nation “land of promise, hope, devotion, possibility.”
He also urged to overcome the hatred promoted by violent extremist groups, which have caused the death of more than 170 people, including minors, despite the call for peace made by the Government of Daniel Ortega.
“Love is powerful, it overcomes hatred and the force of good knows how to impose itself because it is not the force of revenge or destruction,” he said.