Nicaraguan dictator celebrates victory of “brother and companion” Lula


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Lula e Ortega
Daniel Ortega and Lula in

, during the Nicaraguan dictator’s visit to Brasília.

| Photo: Fernando Bizerra Jr/EFELula e Ortega

Nicaraguan dictator Daniel Ortega congratulated Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva for winning the second round of presidential elections in Brazil this Sunday and return to power after ruling the country between 2003 and 2010 in two terms.

“With great joy we celebrate your well-deserved victory, asking God to give you health, strength and lots of affection to build together and encourage the future of your great country, the well-being of families, and we continue to contribute to the search for peace in the world”, said the Sandinista leader in a letter to Lula, whom he called “brother and companion”.

“With love and pride of the blessed and always sovereign and free Nicaragua, the embrace of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN), our government and the people of Nicaragua”, he added.

Lula won the second round of the most balanced presidential elections in Brazilian history with a margin of less than one point percentage over the current president, Jair Bolsonaro.

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