The FSLN under President Aleman

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Nicaragua: FSLN Calls for Referendum
Weekly News Update on the Americas, 27 July 1997. Former president Daniel Ortega Saavedra, FSLN's current general secretary, announced a five-point program presented to right wing president Arnoldo Aleman Lacayo, and he proposed a national referendum on the Sandinista program. The Aleman government insists the proposal be discussed at a national dialogue meeting set for July 21; the FSLN, Nicaragua's largest political party, is boycotting the dialogue, which it calls an academic exercise.
An open letter to the Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador and the Nicaragua Solidarity Network
From Dave Silver, 16 October 1997. An egalitarian society cannot be built on a-historical and opportunist thinking. The FMLN and the FSLN no longer represent a national liberation movement and a revolutionary PROCESS as it once did.
Informaciones sobre el Congreso del Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional
Boletin 17 de Nicaragua, Managua, 18 de mayo de 1998. El FSLN esta en visperas de celebrar su II Congreso. Se trata de una actividad en la que se elegiran nuevas autoridades y deberian tomarse decisiones sobre la organizacion, la definicion y el programa del partido.
FSLN and government reach accord on property
Nicaragua Network Hotline, 8 September 1997. Work on the agreement began on January 13, only three days after Arnoldo Aleman was inaugurated as president. The draft legislation, reached by consensus between legal commissions of the two parties, is being called the Law Reforming Urban, Rural and Agricultural Property, and will now be presented to the participants in the government-sponsored National Dialogue.