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A student waves the Nicaraguan national flag over a barricade close Nicaragua's Technical College during a protest against government's reforms in the Institute of Social Security (INSS) in Managua on April 21, 2018. - A protester and a policeman were killed in the Nicaraguan capital Managua after demonstrations over pension reform turned violent Thursday night, officials said. The deaths came after protests by both opponents and supporters of a new law, which increases employer and employee contributions while reducing the overall amount of pensions by five percent, rocked the capital for a second day. (Photo by INTI OCON / AFP)        (Photo credit should read INTI OCON/AFP/Getty Images)
A student waves the Nicaraguan national flag over a barricade close Nicaragua's Technical College during a protest against government's reforms in the Institute of Social Security (INSS) in Managua on April 21, 2018. - A protester and a policeman were killed in the Nicaraguan capital Managua after demonstrations over pension reform turned violent Thursday night, officials said. The deaths came after protests by both opponents and supporters of a new law, which increases employer and employee contributions while reducing the overall amount of pensions by five percent, rocked the capital for a second day. (Photo by INTI OCON / AFP)        (Photo credit should read INTI OCON/AFP/Getty Images)

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¿Es necesaria la reforma de pensiones que desató las manifestaciones en Nicaragua?

En Nicaragua, el anuncio de una posible reforma del sistema de aportes sociales desató una ola de manifestaciones que dejaron muertos y heridos en menos de una semana. ¿Es necesaria esta reforma promovida por el Gobierno? Lo analizamos con el economista Néstor Avendaño.

¿Es necesaria la reforma de pensiones que desató las manifestaciones en Nicaragua?

En Nicaragua, el anuncio de una posible reforma del sistema de aportes sociales desató una ola de manifestaciones que dejaron muertos y heridos en menos de una semana. ¿Es necesaria esta reforma promovida por el Gobierno? Lo analizamos con el economista Néstor Avendaño.