Nicaragua: controversial invited to the inauguration of Daniel Ortega

Managua. EFE

The Iranian Mohsen Rezai, one of those accused by the Argentine Justice for the 1994 attack against the Jewish mutual AMIA in Buenos Aires, which left 85 dead and remains unpunished, was not the only controversial character who participated in the inauguration on Monday of the president of Nicaragua Daniel Ortega and for what Argentina protested.

At the inauguration ceremony of Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, also there were former Salvadoran presidents, nationalized Nicaraguans, Mauricio Funes and Salvador Sánchez Cerén, both accused of corruption in their country.

In addition, the outgoing president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, whose two periods in power were peppered with complaints and accusations of corruption and ties to drug trafficking, and who, when he was introduced as one of the guests, received boos and shouts of “ Get out, JOH ”.

Likewise, the president of Venezuela, Nicolas Maduro for whom the United States Government has offered $ 15 million for any information leading to his capture.

The Chancellor of the Government of former President Rafael Correa in Ecuador, Ricardo Patiño, also attended, who was accused of instigating violence during the Government of former President Lenín Moreno, and against whom a prison order weighed.

Argentina was the first country to express its “strongest condemnation” for the presence of the Iranian Mohsen Rezai, who is Vice President of Economic Affairs of Iran, and his presence in Managua constitutes for the Government of Alberto Fernández “an affront to the Argentine Justice and to the victims of the brutal terrorist attack against the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association.