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Nicaragua - Enrique Bolaños Geyers

Enrique Bolaños Geyers
President

Nicaragua

(pronounced "en-REE-kay bo-LAH-nyos GUY-ers")

"No one will be above the law in my government. Everybody knows I am a man of integrity."

The Republic of Nicaragua is the largest and least densely populated country in Central America. Approximately the size of New York State, the 120,254 sq km region (74,738 sq mi) is home to 5,023,818 inhabitants (2002 estimate). With the Pacific Ocean on the west coast and the Caribbean Sea on the east coast, Nicaragua lies between Honduras in the north and Costa Rica in the south. The capital city of Managua has a population of approximately 1,093,760. Comprised of a mainly mestizo (mixed Amerindian and Caucasian) populus (69%); the population also includes a significant number of whites (17%), blacks (9%), and Amerindians (5%) in the country. While most whites live...

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