Bishops of Nicaragua and UPANIC denounce death threats, addressed particularly to Monsignor Silvio José Báez, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Managua and representatives of UPANIC.
IACHR completes its work visit in Nicaragua and issues a preliminary report with 15 recommendations to the State of Nicaragua. It condemns the deaths, assaults and arbitrary detentions of the students.
The National Police, through a statement, denies police presence in the UNA area and invited the IACHR to show up to the university, when the IACHR was already on site.
First day of truce: clear streets and public transportation circulating. A month into the beginning of the civic protests, they continue to increase in the different departments of Nicaragua.
IACHR press conference on their visit to Nicaragua. It informs that they will be receiving complaints from the assaulted or repressed population during the protests.
IACHR announces that it will be in Nicaragua for three days to observe the situation of human rights in the context of the protests.
The National Dialogue table is set headed by the president and vice president, Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo; representatives of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, and the mediation of the Episcopal Conference.
Delegation of the European Union Nicaragua in a statement reiterates its support for an inclusive dialogue on justice and democracy. Between the 14th and 15th 15 killed are reported.