Day 51

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen‏ in her speech in the House of Representatives emphasizes that the United States must support the Nicaraguans who face the brutality of Daniel Ortega’s regime day after day.

Day 50

One more death is reported in Granada and looting of several commercial establishments. The Center for Justice and International Law (Cejil) welcomes the achievement of the Nicaraguan people.

Day 49

Carlos Trujillo, permanent representative of the United States before the OAS in his speech, mentioned the resolution on Nicaragua.

Day 48

Attacks reappear in Masaya. Five more dead and several wounded are reported.

Day 47

Archbishop Emeritus of Managua, Cardinal Miguel Obando dies, who in the last years became an ally of Daniel Ortega.

Day 46

Society of Jesus denounced death threats to the rector of the Central American University (UCA). Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica concerned about violence in Nicaragua.

Day 45

The Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (CENIDH) registers 88 injured and 16 deceased, as a result of the attack against the march of the Mothers of April. UN condemns violence and insists on visiting Nicaragua.

Day 44

Mothers continue looking for their missing children. Episcopal Conference condemns all acts of repression by armed groups close to the government. “The National Dialogue table cannot be resumed while the people continue to be denied the right.