Nicaraguan police on Friday raided the workplaces of La Prensa, an opposition newspaper, based on studies.
The Nationwide Police mentioned in an announcement that the raid was associated to an investigation into “customs fraud and cash laundering,” and the workplaces remained in police custody, based on The Related Press.
The paper has been essential of the nation’s long-serving Sandinista president, Daniel Ortega, based on studies.
Circulation of the paper’s print version can be interrupted, the paper’s board of administrators mentioned, based on Confidencial Nicaragua.
The editor-in-chief, Eduardo Enríquez, advised Confidencial the federal government’s accusations had no foundation.
Nationwide elections are scheduled for this yr. Ortega plans to hunt a fourth time period.