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chente210
2/8/2019 13:34 EST

planning our next Nica trip in March- anyone think there is an outside chance that the Venezuela situation could create a scenario which would impact Nica? Like international blowback if asylum or refuge is provided to anyone?

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Melvinkelvin
2/8/2019 14:27 EST

US led coup efforts continue in both countries. So, like hurricanes, tsunamis, volcanic eruption, there's always the possibility of troubles, coup related or not. For more information, you could ask the CIA, Mike Pompeo, or John Bolton what their plans are.

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chente210
2/8/2019 14:32 EST

I asked all of them already....they said to ask you. Thanks.

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johnchip
2/8/2019 18:20 EST

First LOL: you think anyone asks for asylum or refugee status in Nicaragua? Think again.
Second: What happens in Venezuela (or any socialist country) stays in Venezuela. '
Now reality check: The US is making strong efforts to up-end what remains of the Bolivarian socialist governments in the Americas (and any country world-wide with oil). Nicaragua is on the hit list, but with little commercial value is not a priority. But the next election here will be dangerous. This last years' unrest, albeit sponsored by US interests, did not directly involve the American government's sanction. But now things have changed (ie..The Nica Act) it will as the US has come out with major economic sanctions and condemning the government and the Sandinista party which still remains the most popular party in Nicaragua. I do not believe investments will be in danger but your safety may be very much so for a time. As most would agree, gringos have big egos, big mouths and are pretty opinionated and stupid. Once you set yourself up by 'taking sides' or involving yourself in local politics personally or business-wise, (which is against the law here) you are a target.

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elduendegrande
2/11/2019 14:26 EST

Looks like Ven. will not be able to bail Nic. out from a prolonged recession. like the one that lasted from aprrox 1990 to 2008.

Other than that, politics is a complicated business and each country has its own dynamic.

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novato1953
2/14/2019 19:12 EST

There doesn't really seem to be anyone in Nicaragua with a high enough pay grade to answer the question of what's likely to happen next to anyone, by anyone, except that nobody's like to find work digging that canal anytime soon.

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FelipeWambango
3/7/2019 14:59 EST

When is the next election? 2022?

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