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NICARAGUA-REFORM/
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December 10, 2013
A girl holds a sign while taking part in a march against reforms to the constitution near Nicaraguan...
Managua, Nicaragua
A girl holds a sign while taking part in a march against reforms to the constitution near Nicaraguan...
A girl holds a sign while taking part in a march against reforms to the constitution near Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's house in Managua December 10, 2013. Nicaragua's national assembly on Tuesday approved a constitutional change to remove presidential term limits, which could allow incumbent Ortega to stay in power for years and raises concerns about democracy in the country. Approval of the plan put forward last month by Ortega's ruling Sandinista National Liberation Front must now be ratified by the assembly next year before it can take effect. That ratifying vote is likely in January or February. The sign reads: "No constitutional reforms" (top) and "Stop re-election, Ortega". REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas (NICARAGUA - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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