Day 48

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Microfinance companies ask for regulations to restructure or extend the loans of clients affected by the crisis Nicaragua is facing.

The General Assembly of the OAS begins, the situation in Nicaragua and Venezuela occupies the discussion. Foreign Ministers from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, Costa Rica, the United States and Peru comment on the concern about the crisis, lament the deaths and highlight the urgency of the government to comply with the recommendations of the IACHR.

The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (ANPDH) reports 10 dead in Masaya from June 1st to June 4th, 62 injured and 67 people released, including 12 civilians who were in the prisons of the Judicial Support Directorate and 4 policemen retained by the population.

Traders from Mercado Oriental, the largest market in Central America, declare themselves in civil disobedience, assure that they will not pay taxes in response to acts of government repression against protesters.

University Movement April 19 from León issued a statement to clarify that they do not charge tolls in the installed roadblocks.

The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs points out «what is happening in this Central American country is a purely internal matter, we warn against the destructive attempts to interfere [in the situation] from abroad».

Mike Pence, Vice-President of the United States, during his speech at the OAS General Assembly, said that the United States and its allies should unite in a single voice to tell the government of Daniel Ortega to stop the violence.

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