Villagers and self-convoked doctors hold a demonstration in Managua to demand the release of political prisoners and call for the halt to illegal detentions made by the National Police together with paramilitary groups.
Thousands of citizens in Costa Rica participate in the march «for solidarity and against xenophobia» in support of Nicaraguan migrants.
Anti-immigrant organizations in Costa Rica call for a march to demand from the government to take measures to stop the increase in Nicaraguan migrants.
Municipalities related to the government party force their workers and the general public to sign a letter in which the Orteguismo demands punishment for «coup terrorists».
Kevin K. Sullivan, nominated as the United States ambassador to Nicaragua, assures that, if confirmed, he will support early, fair elections, with international observation as well as an investigation into the acts of violence that have occurred in the country.
Human rights organizations denounce the illegal detention of ten demonstrators in Masaya, Chontales and Matagalpa and accuse them of terrorism and illegal possession of weapons.
Carlos Ponce, director of Freedom House in Latin America, indicates that the Government of Nicaragua has a lot to hide and that is why it hinders the work of the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI).
Paramilitary groups led by General Commissioner Ramón Avellán, deputy director of the National Police, attacked by shooting the blue and white caravan that was heading to the city of Masaya.