Will Daniel Ortega resign to stop the violence in Nicaragua?

A shooting and fire in Nicaragua early on Saturday left eight people dead and shattered a truce struck hours earlier between President Daniel Ortega and protesters after two months of political unrest that has caused at least 170 deaths.
Loud bursts of assault rifles were heard in the morning, apparently emanating from makeshift roadblocks near a university campus, according to a Reuters reporter in the capital city of Managua that has been the epicentre of protests since mid-April.
The violence flared hours after Ortega and civic leaders agreed on Friday to cease hostilities, remove roadblocks and allow for a foreign inquiry into the country’s bloodiest confrontations since a civil war ended in 1990.
The Source: Euronews