Ten people have been killed in Nicaragua in 3 days of clashes between military and opponents of changes to a grant system, officials say.
Vice-President Rosario Murillo blamed a assault on “vampires”, though pronounced a supervision was open to dialogue.
It is a deadliest call of disturbance in Nicaragua given President Daniel Ortega came to bureau in 2007.
It follows legislation that increasing grant contributions for workers and employers and reduced altogether benefits.
The assault began on Wednesday, when pensioners took to a streets in a collateral Managua. They were assimilated a subsequent day by thousands of students and workers.
At slightest 100 people have been injured. The passed embody dual protesters and a policeman who were killed in Managua on Friday, after demonstrations incited violent.
The disturbance continued into Friday night in several cities.
Vice-President and First Lady Rosario Murillo compared a protesters to “vampires perfectionist blood to feed their domestic agenda”.
But she combined that “dialogue stays open” and “all subjects are on a table”.
The Sandinista supervision says open buildings have been set on fire. Students from Polytechnic University in Managua have barricaded their campus.
Protesters have indicted demonstration military and supervision supporters of initiating a violence. Independent TV stations contend they have been taken off-air after broadcasting a demonstrations live.