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People stand next to propaganda of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and her wife Rosario Murillo in Masaya, 30 km southeast of Managua, on November 3, 2016, ahead of the general elections to take place next November 6. 
Surveys indicate that Nicaragua's first couple are more than likely to emerge the winners of elections that will hand Ortega a fourth mandate, and Murillo her first as his vice president. / AFP / RODRIGO ARANGUA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)
People stand next to propaganda of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega and her wife Rosario Murillo in Masaya, 30 km southeast of Managua, on November 3, 2016, ahead of the general elections to take place next November 6. 
Surveys indicate that Nicaragua's first couple are more than likely to emerge the winners of elections that will hand Ortega a fourth mandate, and Murillo her first as his vice president. / AFP / RODRIGO ARANGUA        (Photo credit should read RODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images)

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¿Que pasará en Nicaragua si Ortega no alcanza el mínimo de votos?

"Hay bastante apatía porque ya sabemos quién va a ser el ganador [...] pero esto no significa que el nicaragüense deje de ir a votar", dice el analista Ricardo Antonio de León.

¿Que pasará en Nicaragua si Ortega no alcanza el mínimo de votos?

"Hay bastante apatía porque ya sabemos quién va a ser el ganador [...] pero esto no significa que el nicaragüense deje de ir a votar", dice el analista Ricardo Antonio de León.