The Chilean government announced Tuesday (21) that it is offering residence and Chilean nationality to the more than 300 opponents arbitrarily expelled by the government of Daniel Ortega in Nicaragua.
“The Chilean government will provide the necessary legal means to offer the proper international protection, which will allow them to reside in the country and obtain Chilean nationality, in accordance with the constitutional and legal norms that regulate it,” the Chilean Ministry of Relations said in a statement.
In this way, Chile joins Spain as countries that formally offer naturalization to Nicaraguan opponents.
“The Chilean government offers this alternative to . . .