TODAY NICARAGUA – Although the law had been adopted by consensus at the National Assembly, government legislators did not oppose the veto imposed by President Ortega.
An article on Laprensa.com.ni reports that the standard vetoed “… created an autonomous body of public and private nature, called a Convention Bureau to promote the holding of international events in the country, offering logistic conditions, security and hotels in order to welcome hundreds of thousands of tourists. ”
In his argument to veto the law, the Nicaraguan president “… only mentions that the motivation for the annulment is because the law is” very complex and cumbersome ‘ without giving further arguments. ”
In the preamble to the draft Convention Bureau Act, it was stated that:
I – That it is a priority for the strengthening and development of the tourism industry in Nicaragua, encouraging the organization of national and international events in our country, given the privileged position we have in Central America and the existence of a legal framework guaranteeing the development of sustainable tourism and respect for the environment and natural resources.
II – That Nicaragua signed the “Universal Declaration of the Common Good of the Earth and Humanity”, by means of … continue reading