As part of the commemorative activities of International Women's Day, the Mayor of Managua held a discussion with teachers and workers of the public education system, about the achievements in gender equality and the participation of women in different areas of life. .
In this conversation, which was held in the auditorium of the Experimental Mexico school, Mayor Reyna Rueda Alvarado greeted the teachers in her day and transmitted the message of her colleague Rosario Murillo, Vice President of Nicaragua in commemoration of International Women's Day.
Likewise, she highlighted the rights restored to women by Good Government, which are expressed in the gender equality law approved on March 8, 2012, which guarantees the participation of women in different areas, which has been ratified by the World Economic Forum that places Nicaragua in the fifth country in the world in terms of gender equality, the second place in the participation of women in political positions and in the first place in ministerial responsibilities.
The event was also attended by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas who congratulated women in his day and highlighted their participation in the different development axes of our country, reminding them of their efforts and that without the participation of women there is no revolution.
In addition to the discussion, a cultural magazine was offered by students from different public schools in the municipality of Managua, who demonstrated their artistic abilities in singing, dancing and dancing.