The political rapprochement between the revolutionary leader Augusto Cesar Sandino and the Conservative Party in Nicaragua 1932-1934
Keywords:Augusto Cesar Sandino , conservatives, liberals, Nicaragua
Nicaragua is a Latin country full of events, since its history passed through important stages that deserve attention from researchers and historians. The research studied one of the most important developments in it, which is (the political rapprochement between the revolutionary leader Augusto Cesar Sandino and the Conservative Party in Nicaragua 1932-1934). Popularity and spread his revolution outside the borders of the city of Segovia, which was the center of his movement, as it was a rural, mountainous city in which peasants lived, who represented the main pillar of his revolution, being the son of a farmer and living in this city since his childhood . This rapprochement was based on the interests of the two parties. Augusto Cesar Sandino fought the US interventions in Nicaragua and became very popular and became a symbol of resistance to US hegemony in all parts of Latin America and an example to follow. Between the two prominent parties in Nicaragua, the liberal and the conservative, and this is what made the US administration interfere directly in the internal affairs of Nicaragua under the pretext of protecting it from unrest, but the truth is otherwise, its goal was to protect its economic and political interests in that country, and the people of Nicaragua suffered from these unrest and US interventions , which aroused the masses who were fed up with these interventions and began to rise up against US control led by Augusto Cesar Sandino. The Conservative Party tried to exploit Sandino's popularity to gain power after losing it and the Liberal Party took power.