In this file photo, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega speaks to supporters at Las Victorias square in Managua, Nicaragua, on Monday, April 30, 2018. Ortega withdrew the social security overhaul that sparked deadly protests and agreed to meet with different sectors of society in a national dialogue mediated by the Catholic Church.
In this file photo, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega speaks to supporters at Las Victorias square in Managua, Nicaragua, on Monday, April 30, 2018. Ortega withdrew the social security overhaul that sparked deadly protests and agreed to meet with different sectors of society in a national dialogue mediated by the Catholic Church. Alfredo Zuniga AP
In this file photo, Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega speaks to supporters at Las Victorias square in Managua, Nicaragua, on Monday, April 30, 2018. Ortega withdrew the social security overhaul that sparked deadly protests and agreed to meet with different sectors of society in a national dialogue mediated by the Catholic Church. Alfredo Zuniga AP

In Nicaragua, the political battle is moving from the streets to the negotiating table

May 02, 2018 11:42 AM