The riders for talks with President Daniel Ortega include police involved in the repression are fired, an independent UN-backed body is established to investigate the violence, and the talks be held in public.
Protests over pension reforms subside in the Central American country after President Daniel Ortega makes a series of concessions, including freeing dozens of arrested protesters, lifting curbs on independent media and calling for dialogue.
Thousands marched in the capital Managua following deadly protests over social security reforms during the previous days that left many dead and scores injured.
Nicaragua's President Daniel Ortega made the announcement on Sunday as looting continued in the capital of Managua on the fifth day of protests that have left at least ten, but possibly more than 20 people dead.
More than 10 people have died over two days during violent protests against a proposed pension system will cut pensions by five percent.
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