Nicaragua Denounces the OAS Charter

Nicaragua’s Foreign Minister Denis Moncada (C) offers a press conference to announce that the country began the process of leaving the Washington-based regional cooperation body Organization of American States (OAS) that rejected President Daniel Ortega’s reelection two weeks ago, in Managua on November 19, 2021. – Exiting the OAS will take about two years as Nicaragua fulfils its obligations. The Central American country’s congress on Tuesday asked former Marxist guerrilla Ortega to withdraw from the OAS, which had stated the November 7 election “was not free, just or transparent and had no democratic legitimacy.” (Photo by AFP)

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