A night of great color, waste of beauty and hubbub, was lived in the Summer of Love Festival, to choose the Reina Verano Managua 2022, held by the Municipality through the Directorate of Culture, this past Sunday, March 28, at the Paseo Xolotlán Amphitheater.
The election began with the presentation of the 8 candidates representing each of the districts of the capital, each of the participants paraded in a cocktail dress and swimsuit, at which time they had the opportunity to demonstrate their catwalk dominance, followed by the role of questions evaluated by a jury qualifier, led by the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, the artist Donaldo Aguirre and fashion designers.
Rueda expressed that these are activities for the summer season, such as the election of the queen of each of the municipalities.
“We started the election as a district two weeks ago and today we had to choose the one who will represent us as the municipality of Managua. There are young people participating in ages from 18 to 25 years old; All the girls are spectacular, they have stood out and today their body expression and their cultural knowledge will be evaluated, the queen who is elected will represent us next April 2 in the departmental election of the summer queen in Ciudad Sandino”.
He also explained that these activities are part of the healthy recreation of Nicaraguan families, promoted by the Good Government led by Commander Daniel and Vice President Compañera Rosario Murillo.
“This election is held at the national level and here the important thing is highlighting our culture, gastronomy, remembering that Managua is also a tourist destination, so we call on all families to come on these vacations to learn more about our attractions”, added the mayor of the capital.
With shouts and banners, the bars that showed their support for the candidate of their choice anxiously awaited the final result of the event. The most awaited moment arrived and at 7:00 p.m. the qualifying jury announced as Queen Summer Managua 2022, the young Gabriela Marina Rodríguez Peralta, representative of District III.