How Nicaragua's Success Story Could End

Oct 20, 2015 | 09:15 GMT
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega waves to Sandinista supporters in Managua on July 3 during the 36th anniversary of the ''El Repliegue'' tactical retreat from Managua to Masaya.
(Inti Ocon/AFP/Getty Images)

With an election a year away, Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega may be able to rule for another five-year term, but falling aid from Venezuela will complicate Nicaragua's economic planning in the near term and could eventually erode the Sandinista National Liberation Front's tight control over national politics. ...

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