Monday, August 30, 2010

Nicaragua | catalog of unlawful action of the agent...

Ortega protest decision to transfer property in Cuba
Hundreds of teachers, technicians and Cuban doctors arrive in Nicaragua for long periods to provide advice to the sector entities for diagnostic or health or education.
  EL UNIVERSAL
Monday August 30, 2010  4:52 PM

Managua. - Nicaragua's opposition political leaders today rejected a decision by President Daniel Ortega's government to transfer state property to hold Cuba to Cubans who work in this country.

"It's barbaric, it's a new seizure," said the former president Arnoldo German liberal (1997-2002) referring to the surprise presidential agreement, published in the official Gazette and released last weekend, DPA quoted.

At your disposal Ortega authorized the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) to dispose of immovable property for Cuba to be used by the Cuban personnel working in the country.

The text of the agreement "authorizes the Attorney General's Office (Hernán Estrada) to appear together with the legal representative of the Government of Cuba, before the Notary of the State, to sign deeds of sale in favor of the Government of Cuba."

Asked by reporters, German Ortega decision compared with the episode known as the "piñata" and occurred in the early '90s, when the Sandinista government distributed thousands of state property to persons linked to the regime.

For his part, former Liberal foreign minister Eduardo Montealegre, Ortega described the provision as an "utter lawlessness" and recalled that the only body authorized for such acts is the National Assembly (Parliament) of Nicaragua.

"Only with an authorization of the Assembly, Ortega could transfer or lease real estate. Anything else is a complete lawlessness," he said Montealegre.

For almost 30 years Cuba has in Nicaragua houses used as headquarters of the embassy and diplomatic staff residences.

Hundreds of teachers, technicians and Cuban doctors arrive in Nicaragua for long periods to provide advice to the sector entities for diagnostic or health or education.
S: eluniversal.com / translate LPPNEWS Front Line

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