Human Rights Watch denounces arbitrary dismissals of health workers for participating in marches against the Government of Nicaragua.
The Nicaraguan Medical Association (AMN) reports that 80% of the physicians dismissed from the public health system are specialists and subspecialists.
Jacinto Suarez, FSLN’s Foreign Affairs Secretary, accuses the OAS of making «a political lynching» of the Government of Nicaragua.
Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes, Archbishop of Managua and president of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN), assures that Nicaragua is living out of the ordinary normality and that there is discontent among the population.
The Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy calls for a national march on August 15th to demand the release of political prisoners.
Juez Orteguista manda a juicio a jóvenes autoconvocados from Upoli, accused of allegedly burning the facilities of La Nueva Radio Ya and the Credit Union Cooperativa de Ahorro y Crédito Caja Rural Nacional (Caruna).
Self-convoked movements call for a protests journey this weekend, named “Nicaragua demands justice, life and freedom.»
Public Ministry formally accuses Nahomy Urbina Marcenaro, known as «Commander Masha», who remained in the barricades of the blockage in the San Joseph School in Jinotepe, Carazo, despite the cancer she suffers.
CIDH y OACNUDH see a return to dialogue as the only alternative for Nicaragua.
PCHR denounces human rights violations against detainees in the prisons of the National Penitentiary System.
The Latin American University of Science and Technology (Ulacit) will grant 100% scholarships for Nicaraguan students who have left their country as a result of the political and social crisis that this nation is going through.
Detained Protestants ask to do a Stand up in La Esperanza to demonstrate that they are not alone.
Rosario Murillo, vice president of Nicaragua reaffirms that «the Nicaraguan people do not forget and ask for justice for crimes of coup-plotting terrorism».
A group of Nicaraguans in Guatemala address a letter to the president of the Confederation of Firefighters of the Central American Isthmus (CCBICA) for allowing the presence of three Nicaraguan fire chiefs with a «reprehensible act» at their annual meeting.
Óscar Arias, former president of Costa Rica, assures that the Government of Nicaragua is a «kleptocracy, a government focused on theft».
Civil Society Organizations condemn the illegal procedures to make the peaceful protest of Nicaraguans a crime and invite them to participate in the civic day: Nicaragua demands: Justice, Life and Freedom!