Authentic Costeño Autonomy Movement

The Authentic Costeño Autonomy Movement (Spanish: Movimiento Auténtico Autónomo Costeño - MAAC) is a regional Nicaraguan political party founded in 1993 by Faran Dometz Hebbert, a Moravian pastor from Pearl Lagoon and former director of the Moravian High School in Bluefields. MAAC represents the Creole establishment. The MAAC contested in the 1994 Atlantic Coast Regional Elections and won 2 seats (out of 45) in the RAAS Regional Council.[1]

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  1. ^ Jorge Rovira Mas (1996). "La Consolidación de la Democracia en América Central: Problemas y Perspectivas en El Salvador, Guatemala y Nicaragua (1990-1996)" [The Consolidation of Democracy in Central America: Problems and Perspectives in El Salvador, Guatemala and Nicaragua] (PDF). Anuario de Estudios Centroamericanos (in Spanish). Universidad de Costa Rica. 22 (2): 7–38. Retrieved 22 February 2011.