Second in a two-part interview with former Sandinista fighter Edén Pastora: The legendary Nicaraguan commander known for leading the Sandinista revolution in the 1970s feels Costa Rican media has unjustly deemed him the villain in the ongoing Río San Juan dredging project.
EXCLUSIVE: While Costa Rica has deemed Edén Pastora the villain of the ongoing dispute, he feels misjudged. Pastora, known as Comandante Cero during the Nicaraguan revolutionary of the 1970s, said Costa Rica is yet to realize the benefit of the river dredging.
Part of The Nica Times's retiring in Central America issue.
Exploring Nicaragua: Hit the links on a golf course surrounded by beach and an estuary.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Corruption, anti-democratic governments & repression led to 2 uprisings in 2 weeks.