[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]The jurists Gabriel Álvarez and Oscar Carrión Orozco, warn that a very profound crisis is coming head after Daniel Ortega’s silence on the CEN’s proposals.
Epsy Campbell, first Vice President and Foreign Minister of the Republic of Costa Rica, assures that the crisis in Nicaragua is impacting Costa Rica in three ways: commercial activity, the economy and the migration of Nicaraguans to that country.
According to data from the Central Bank of Nicaragua, in several days the Gross International Reserves lost more than one hundred million dollars.
US Congressmen ask to suspend Nicaragua from the OAS.
At least two people were killed and several injured in an attack to a blocked road in Jinotepe.
Armed motorcyclists killed a policeman and injured another yesterday afternoon in an eastern neighborhood of Managua.
Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes, Archbishop of Managua and president of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) condemned the repression of the police and paramilitary forces against the population of Jinotepe.
Father Alfredo García, parish priest of the San Cristóbal Church in Managua, condemns and rejects the threats received by paramilitary groups.
Michel Forst, special Rapporteurs of the United Nations (UN), shows his concern about the situation in Nicaragua.
The General Union of Workers (UGT) of Spain calls for the cessation of violence in Nicaragua and confirms that in the next few days the «Information Caravan from the International Solidarity with Nicaragua» will arrive in Madrid.
The Production Bank (Banpro) announces the temporary closure of all its branches in León.
The Government of Mexico reiterates its calling for the cessation of violence in Nicaragua and has confidence in the prompt installation of the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts to clarify the acts of violence in the country.
The Government of Colombia reiterates its concern about the situation in Nicaragua, makes a calling for the renovation of dialogue.
Doctors at the Bertha Calderón Roque Hospital lament the acts of violence in the country and reiterate their commitment to attend the people.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reports to the IACHR the murder of two historical fighters and the kidnapping of members of the governing party.
The regional land transport company, Ticabus, announces the suspension of all its routes to and from Nicaragua.
The Central American Integration System (SICA) proposes the use of sea lanes as an alternative for the transfer of regional cargo.
The President Daniel Ortega would have informed to the United States Government of his willingness to hold early elections in Nicaragua.
The Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy calls for a 24-hour national strike starting at zero hours on Thursday, June 14th.
Confrontation between residents, students and para-police groups in León leaves at least 20 injured and 10 people kidnapped.
Cosep reiterates the call to implement the recommendations of the IACHR and, in the framework of the announcement of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, also calls to join the 24-hour national civic strike.
Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica warns the OAS about the situation in Nicaragua «the situation in Nicaragua is for the Costa Ricans a wound in their own skin».
The Coordinating Committee of Agricultural, Commercial, Industrial and Financial Associations (CACIF) of Guatemala supports Cosep’s decision to join the «civic protest demonstration» that begins tomorrow Thursday.
The Business Council of Latin America (CEAL), which includes more than 600 entrepreneurs throughout Latin America, expresses concern about the crisis in Nicaragua.
The journalist Andrés Oppenheimer assures that the OAS must pressure President Daniel Ortega, just as he did with the dictatorship in Venezuela.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]