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Solorzano remained initially as a figurehead, and in December, Sacasa was forced out of the vice presidency.
Returning to Nicaragua, Somoza joined a Liberal Party revolt in support of Sacasa, had a brief (undistinguished) military career, held several government positions through family connections, then joined and quickly rose through the ranks of the National Guard, a so-called constabulary force organized and trained by the Marines.
"The coffee sector has been hard-hit," Sacasa told Tea & Coffee Trade Journal, "but the greatest problem we have isn't destruction of the trees, but getting workers to harvest the crop, because there are no roads to
"For the first time in 15 years, our emerging economy contracted rather than grew," said Sacasa. "I estimate it was about 2%.
Sacasa, 58, will be replaced by Prince, 45, who will continue to serve as chief operating officer, the bank said.
The current deputy president and chief operating officer, Brian Prince, 45, will replace Sacasa, 58, in the top post following a general shareholders meeting in late June, the sources said.
The president of the production, economy, and budget committee, Francisco Aguirre Sacasa (PLC), called them necessary but, acknowledging a lack of resources, said hopefully, "But, instead of buying them, I believe the ideal thing would be that someone donate them.
Alejandro Sacasa of Televicentro de Nicaragua, Canal 2, a free-to-air national television station in Nicaragua, which commands a 50 percent audience share during primetime, gave the studios some advice when it comes to films.
Chief creative officer for Archie Comics, Roberto Aguirre Sacasa, will handle the writing.
Televicentro: Alejandro Sacasa, Marta Sacasa, Octavio Sacasa
"The fruits of this project are proof that in Nicaragua things can be done well, working as a team to develop this zone and obtain a new product that can be of great benefit for the country," said Frutales president Juan Bautista Sacasa. He spoke of a bright future because Nicaragua has, in Chontales, between San Carlos and Acoyapa, lands suited to orange orchards that Costa Rica lacks.