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Yatama

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Nicaragua

Yapti Tasba Masraka Nanih Aslatakanka (YATAMA; literally "Sons of Mother Earth") is an indigenous party from Nicaragua's Atlantic Coast. YATAMA has its roots in the MISURASATA (Steadman Fagoth and Brooklyn Rivera.

YATAMA has participated in several regional elections since 1990. Its best electoral result was in the autonomous elections on the Caribbean Coast in 1990 where they won 26 Regional Council member seat (out of 90).

External links

  • YATAMA - Yapti Tasba Masraka Nanih Aslatakanka (official website, Spanish)
  • Basic Preliminary Accords between the Government of Nicaragua and the Organization YATAMA


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