Day 49

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Roberto Ampuero, Foreign Minister of Chile, in his speech to the OAS, said that his government and those of Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru support the declaration and call on the government of Nicaragua to accept the recommendations of the IACHR.

Luis Alvarado, representative of Nicaragua before the OAS, said that the government is committed to the National Dialogue and that they have taken note of the recommendations of the IACHR.

General Assembly of the OAS approved Declaration of Support to the Government of Nicaragua, which condemns and demands the immediate cessation of acts of violence, intimidation and threats to the people in general.

Ruth Krüger Givery, Ambassador of Norway in Mexico and Central America, reports that the Norwegian government is concerned about the violence in Nicaragua, condemns the murders and urges the different actors to seek their way out through dialogue.

COSEP issues a statement in support of Aníbal Toruño, director of Radio Darío in León, which was set on fire by para-police groups.

Ross Denny, Ambassador of the United Kingdom to Costa Rica and Nicaragua, reports that «The United Kingdom remains deeply concerned about the situation in Nicaragua.»

del Reino Unido para Costa Rica y Nicaragua, informa que “El Reino Unido sigue profundamente preocupado por la situación en Nicaragua”.

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen‏ and other congressmen are requesting sanctions against two officials of the Daniel Ortega regime who have stolen and killed the people of Nicaragua.

The Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (CENIDH) condemns the criminalization actions undertaken by the government of Nicaragua against Felix Maradiaga, director IEEPP and expresses its solidarity and support.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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