Day 112

Pope Francis did not receive the chancellor Denis Moncada in The Vatican as requested by the Daniel Ortega government. Diplomatic sources confirm that he was received by an intermediate official.

The international airlines American Airlines, United, Delta and Spirit reduce the number of flights to Nicaragua due to the crisis.

Carlos Duarte, secretary of the board of directors of the Nicaraguan Medical Association (AMN), denounces arbitrary dismissals of doctors at the Lenin Fonseca Hospital in Managua.

Supporters of the government part paint graffitist on the home and business of ex-military Reynaldo Peralta in Estelí.

Vilma Núñez, president of the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (Cenidh), denounces that the government hinders the work of international missions in the country.

Supporters of the ruling party stick posters and offer reward for a family’s capture in Diriamba, Carazo whom participated in demonstrations against the regime.

The Government of Nicaragua counts only 197 deaths from the protests in Nicaragua and assures that the remaining 253 died at the hands of common crime, natural causes and suicide.

Carlos Tünnermann Bernheim, member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, says that attacking bishops is another of the errors of the Government of Nicaragua.

Luciano García, president of the organization Lets Do Democracy, left the country due to the political persecution unleashed by the Government of Nicaragua against the opposition.

The students who remained entrenched in the UNAN-Managua repudiate manipulation with a video of Valeska Alemán Sandoval. «We understand the video is directed by groups related to the Government that try to criminalize our fight.»

University students forced to live in hiding due to the political persecution of the Government.

President Daniel Ortega in an interview with an American media disqualifies the work of Monsignor Silvio Báez, auxiliary bishop of Managua as mediator of the National Dialogue.

The Confederation of North America, Central America and the Caribbean Soccer (CONCACAF) prohibits soccer matches in the country due to lack of security.

The Spanish airline Iberia cancels route that would connect Nicaragua with Spain due to the socio-political crisis.

The Spanish Embassy in Nicaragua asks its citizens in the country to take precautionary measures as the levels of violence are higher than those known before April.

IDB authorities believe that the country’s crisis «has affected the preparation and execution of projects and disbursements of IDB loans».

Rosario Murillo, vice president of Nicaragua in appearance at midday, indicates that there is a plan to discredit and damage the image of Nicaragua and that the «coup leaders» have manipulated the death toll.

Francisco Palmieri, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the United States, calls for the release of political prisoners.

US Congressmen propose to sanction with the Magnitsky Global Law Laureano and Juan Carlos Ortega Murillo, two of the sons of President Daniel Ortega.

Authorities of the Ministry of Education dismiss a teacher from El Tuma-La Dalia-Matagalpa for supporting civic protests against the Government.

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