[vc_row type=»in_container» full_screen_row_position=»middle» scene_position=»center» text_color=»dark» text_align=»left» overlay_strength=»0.3″ shape_divider_position=»bottom»][vc_column column_padding=»no-extra-padding» column_padding_position=»all» background_color_opacity=»1″ background_hover_color_opacity=»1″ column_shadow=»none» column_border_radius=»none» width=»1/1″ tablet_text_alignment=»default» phone_text_alignment=»default» column_border_width=»none» column_border_style=»solid»][vc_column_text]Daniel Ortega accompanied by the high command of the Army, the National Police and members of his government cabinet directs a message to the nation.
The journalist Ángel Gahona was murdered in Bluefields while covering a protest live in Bluefields. In total 11 murdered this day.
Fifteen journalists and presenters of official media outlets resign for opposing to follow the editorial line.
Citizens report looting in shops and destruction of government infrastructure by government supporters. Inhabitants organize to take care of commercial establishments and avoid thefts.
Congress members Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Carlos Curbelo and Mario Díaz-Balart spoke on the situation in Nicaragua on social media.
Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) calls on the State to respect the right to peaceful demonstration and to investigate those responsible.
Amnesty International requests an expeditious, thorough and independent investigation to be launched.
The Permanent Committee for the Defense of Human Rights (CPDH) estimates that there are about 200 people, mostly students, detained during the protests.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]