[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]National Police in Leon after meeting with representatives of the Catholic Church and demonstrators agrees to release prisoners and stop the repression.
Red Cross in León suspends its ambulance services in the city after three of its units were followed and attacked with shooting bullets at it by subjects on board of Hilux pickups.
At least 10 deaths due to attacks by para-police groups in Managua, Jinotepe, Diriamba, León, Jinotega and other cities in the country.
Increased threats to the Catholic Church. Father Alfredo García, from San Cristobal parish in Managua, denounced the siege and threats received by hooded and armed paramilitaries.
Fuel shortage extends in different departments of Nicaragua.
Increases political persecution towards the people who support the demonstrations against the Ortega regime.
Medardo Mairena, member of the Countrymen Movement, assures that the silence of President Daniel Ortega is not a way to ponder.
The Federation of Private Entities of Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic (Fedepricap) supports Cosep’s decision to call out for a national strike.
Open letter to the Nicaraguan police published in the main media of the country today is signed by more than 4 thousand people.
The bishops of the Episcopal Conference report that on Friday, June 15, the plenary session of the National Dialogue resumes, after receiving a response from President Daniel Ortega.
The Carter Center condemns the violent reprisals and the excessive use of force against protesters in Nicaragua and calls on to the government so repression ceases.
Leonardo Torres and Freddy Cruz, president and vice president of the Nicaraguan Council for Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (Conimipyme) do not support the call for a national strike.
Leonardo Torres replaces José Adán Aguerri, president of Cosep on the board of directors of the Central Bank of Nicaragua.
Four Senators of the Committee on Foreign Relations of the United States presented a bill to impose sanctions on officials of the Government of Nicaragua.
The Board of Directors of the National Chamber of the Medium, Small Industry and Handicrafts (Conapi) ensures that they will not join the strike.
Prisoners from Managua, León and Chinandega protest from their cells against the repression of the government of President Daniel Ortega.
Catholic Church and the civil society of León denounce that the agreement to cease the violence agreed to this morning was not respected.
Merchants in the hardware sector of Easter Marketl, the largest in Central America, are joining the national strike.
The embassies from the governments of Central America in Managua are analyzing options for the cargo carriers to be able to leave the country.
ANPH and the Catholic Church mediate in the release 54 protesters detained in the cells of the Judicial Assistance Department, only 17 are released.
Residents of Diriamba, Carazo took the delegation of the National Police, 40 police officers fled to an unknown destination.
Monsignor Silvio Báez, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Managua, confirms the death of four people and reports several injured by attacks by para-police groups in Masatepe and Jinotepe.
Paramilitary mobs attack residents who guard barricades in León.
Residents denounce simultaneous attacks in Jinotega and Diriamba; they report a small plane over flight in the area.
IACHR condemns the exacerbation of the excessive use of state force, the continuity of attacks by para- police actors and armed third parties, which the State has the obligation to dismantle.
The operators of the Nicaraguan Chamber of Internet and Communications (Canitel) join the national strike, clarify that only their administration offices will be closed but that the internet and telephony services will operate normally.
Students entrenched at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN) report that they will take more strict security measures and hold the Head Mistress of that precinct responsible for being an ally of the government.
Embassy of the United States in Nicaragua announces that their offices will be closed today due to a possible interruption of transportation throughout the country associated with the national strike.
Priests of Diriamba, Carazo carry out mediation to try to restore peace in this municipality.
Taxi Cooperatives in Managua and others that operate at the national level are added to the national strike.
CID Survey Gallup reveals that 78% of the Nicaraguan population rejects the actions of the National Police in this political crisis that began on April 18.
Leonel Morales, leader of the National Union of Students of Nicaragua (UNEN) is shot in one of the streets of Managua.
The Center for Justice and International Law (Cejil) requires Nicaragua to comply with the protection measures ordered by the IACHR in favor of the Head Master of the Central American University, the priest José Alberto López.
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