He was born in Nicaragua
Daniel Ortega served as president in Nicaragua from 1984 to 1990 and again from 2007. He focused on improving general economic conditions, particularly from poorer Nicaraguans. The Government worked on social programs that helped reduce poverty. He largely upheld the free-market.
- Power and Authority- President of Nicaragua
- Religious and Ethical Systems- Tried to spread his Christianity beliefs before becoming president.
- Revolution- Lifted the constitutional ban on consecutive reelections of the president. That allowed him to run a second time.
- Cultural Interaction- He became leader of Cuba then got in trouble with the law and went back to Nicaragua as president.
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