Day 45

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UN condemns violence and insists on visiting Nicaragua. The Secretary General issued a statement condemning the violence and in particular the murder of several on May 30th.

Self-convened inhabitants maintain 31 roadblocks in different municipalities of the country.

The National Police issues a press release para to inform that it captured Christian Josué Mendoza Fernández, alias «El Viper» for the offenses of organized crime, murder, vehicle theft.

Rosario Murillo reads, in her mid-day speech, letter from Pope Francis in response to communication sent by the Government of Nicaragua on April 29th, prior to the National Dialogue.

The governments of Mexico, Peru and Argentina, condemn the acts of violence in Nicaragua and call on the Government of Nicaragua to return the dialogue for a peaceful solution.

OAS publishes the project timeline Strengthening Democratic Institutions in Nicaragua through the implementation of the recommendations of the Electoral Accompaniment Mission (MAE/OAS).

Movements and organizations of civil society, students, indigenous feminists, Afro-descendants, environmentalists call for civil disobedience and ask for national strike.

Sub-inspector of the National Police, Armando Reyes, buried his son this Friday, he was shot dead while marching along thousands of citizens on May 30th.

The Union of Universities of Latin America and the Caribbean (UDUAL) shows its concern and dismay at the acts of violence in Nicaragua and joins the voices that cry for dialogue.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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