Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's unlikely political rebirth, which saw him regain the presidency in 2007 after 17 years in the proverbial political desert, has been accompanied by an even unlikelier religious awakening. Ortega, pundits say, sees himself as a messianic figure sent to deliver the poor of Nicaragua to the "promised land."
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