November 21, 2022

The hunger strike, the only defense left to this prisoner of the Ortega regime

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The last time Tamara Dávila saw her little daughter was on June 12, 2021 when she was detained by the Nicaraguan authorities, and since then she has had no contact with her, which led her to start a hunger strike. This is how Ana Lucía Álvarez narrates it, Tamara’s half-sister, who remains confined in the Directorate of Judicial Assistance for her activism against the Ortega regime.



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