Sandinista dictatorship confiscates properties of Alba Luz Ramos
In a new act of repression by the Sandinista regime in Nicaragua, Alba Luz Ramos, former president of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ), has been the victim of the confiscation of her properties. The regime has taken two of her properties, one located in Altos de Ticomo and another in Poneloya, which she used as a vacation home.
This repressive action does not stop there, since it is speculated that the dictatorship also intends to take the houses that Ramos owns in the Las Colinas residential area, as well as other properties that are in his name.
The dispossession of Ramos’ properties occurred about a month after Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega sent Ramos under investigation. However, so far it has not been confirmed whether Ramos is imprisoned or under house arrest.
This act of property confiscation is just one more example of the authoritarianism and repression that characterize the Ortega regime. In addition to attacking Ramos, the dictatorship has carried out an operation to fire at least a thousand officials from different areas of the Judiciary. These dismissals have been carried out with the aim of rehiring former soldiers, former police officers, paramilitaries and deputies loyal to the Ortega Murillos, thus consolidating the regime’s control over the country’s institutions.
The situation in Nicaragua is increasingly worrying, with the Ortega regime showing clear disregard for human rights and democracy. The confiscation of Alba Luz Ramos’s property is just one example of the repression faced by those who dare to challenge the regime.
It is important that the international community be attentive to the situation in Nicaragua and take measures to pressure the Ortega regime to respect human rights and restore democracy in the country. Repression and the dispossession of property cannot be tolerated, and it is everyone’s responsibility to defend justice and freedom in Nicaragua.
In summary, Alba Luz Ramos, former president of the Supreme Court of Justice of Nicaragua, has been a victim of the confiscation of her properties by the Sandinista regime. Two of her properties have been taken, and it is feared that the dictatorship will also go after other properties that Ramos owns. This repressive action is added to the massive dismissals of officials of the Judiciary, with the aim of consolidating the regime’s control over the country’s institutions. The international community must be attentive to the situation in Nicaragua and take measures to defend human rights and restore democracy in the country.