Daniel Ortega Saavedra


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Nicaraguan statesman (born in 1945)

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The US-born D'Escoto was ordained as a priest of the Maryknoll Missionaries in the early 1960s; graduated from the prestigious School of Journalism at Columbia University in New York; served for over a decade as the foreign minister of Nicaragua; and is currently a senior adviser on foreign affairs, with the rank of minister, to the left-leaning Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega Saavedra.
I was sexually harassed and abused by Daniel Ortega Saavedra since I was 11 years old, and these actions continued for the next 20 years of my life .
With these simple words, she accuses her mother's husband and the leader of the Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional (FSLN, Sandinista National Liberation Front): Daniel Ortega Saavedra, victorious commander of the revolution that overthrew Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza in July 1979.
Incomplete official returns and informal ballot counts compiled by foreign election observers gave Arnoldo Aleman, a former mayor of Managua who ran under the banner of the Liberal Alliance, a lead of nearly 10 percentage points over his rival, former President Daniel Ortega Saavedra, the Sandinista leader.
Then the meeting was informed of the message from Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega Saavedra thanking His Highness the Amir for inviting him to visit Kuwait.
The gala official groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion was attended by the President of Nicaragua, the honorable Jose Daniel Ortega Saavedra, the Ram Power Board of Directors led by Chairman Chris Thompson, Hezy Ram, President and CEO of Ram Power, Tom Ogryzlo, Ram Power's Senior Vice President for Latin America, and other distinguished guests.
MANAMA, SEPT 15 (BNA) HIS MAJESTY KING HAMAD BIN ISA AL KHALIFA SENT CABLES OF BEST WISHES TO THE PRESIDENT OF HONDURAS JOSE MANUEL ZELAYA ROSALES, PRESIDENT OF NICARAGUA DANIEL ORTEGA SAAVEDRA, PRESIDENT OF GUATEMALA ALVARO COLOM CABALLEROS, PRESIDENT OF EL SALVADOR CARLOS MAURICIO FUNES CARTAGENA, AND PRESIDENT OF COSTA RICA OSCAR ARIAS SANCHEZ ON THE OCCASION OF THEIR COUNTRIES' INDEPENDENCE DAY.