Day 84

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Government of Germany condemns attack on Bishops in Nicaragua and expresses its condolences to the families of the more than 309 assassinated.

Human Rights Watch notes that Nicaraguan officials must respond for grievous abuses to the human rights of the population.

Permanent Human Rights Commission (CPDH) ensures that 45 people were illegally detained in the department of Carazo.

Paramilitary groups exhibit weapons of Nicaraguan Army exclusive use, says a former member of that entity.

The work table is suspended by the Verification and Security Commission of the National Dialogue after government representatives try to justify acts of violence in Diriamba.

Permanent Human Rights Commission (CPDH) ensures that in less than 24 hours, the list of detainees in El Chipote cells went from 23 to 83 people.

Institute of Legal Medicine receives five unidentified corpses. The cause of death is the same: wounds from firearms on the head, thorax and legs.

Students entrenched in the UNAN-Managua denounce that they received threats to evict the campus.

The Nicaraguan Development Institute (INDE) condemns and rejects the attack on the Bishops and demands the Government of Nicaragua to stop the violence and repression.

Francisco López, treasurer of the FSLN, resigns from his position as president of the boards of directors of Petróleos de Nicaragua (Petronic) and of the Nicaraguan Mining Company (Eniminas) following application of the Magnitsky Law.

The Broad Front for Democracy (FAD) calls on the people to remain active in civic and peaceful mobilization to achieve peace, justice, freedom and democracy.

The Archdiocese of Managua reports that the priests of the Santiago Apóstol parish in Jinotepe were attacked and the temple facilities were looted and damaged.

Delegation of the European Union in Nicaragua meets with Bishops after the aggression suffered on Monday by sandinists sympathizers and paramilitary groups in Diriamba, Carazo.

People of Monimbó, Masaya sympathize with Bishops after aggression «we gather to raise our voices and condemn these cowardly and unjust acts against the Bishops, clergy of Managua and the apostolic Nuncio».

Episcopal Conference of Argentina expresses solidarity for the aggression against Bishops who » that where bringing the consolation and strength of faith to priests and faithful victims of violence».

The National Environmentalist Movement Against Industrial Mining condemns aggression against the Bishops and calls for the immediate resignation of President Daniel Ortega.

The Higher Council for Private Enterprise (Cosep), as part of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, supports the protest actions to be concerted during three days.

More than 300 signatories of the organization Women for Democracy sympathize with Nicaragua and Venezuela who fight a heroic battle in defense of freedom.

Vatican News highlights the aggression suffered by the Bishops in Diriamba and stands in solidarity with the priests who «fulfilled the mission of Jesus Christ».

The Movement for University Autonomy, Farem-Carazo denounces hunt from paramilitary groups to residents of the municipalities of Dolores, Diriamba and Jinotepe in Carazo.

Volunteers from the Japan Cooperation Agency (JICA) in Nicaragua who collaborated with different social programs leave the country for security reasons.

Two corpses are left lying on the Old road to León. Both bodies had signs of torture and gunshot wounds.

Seven people released, report torture inside the police delegation of Matagalpa.

Entry of corpses to the Institute of Legal Medicine increases in June and July.

The Nicaraguan Army rejects the accusations and «false information» circulating about the connection of members and weapons of that entity in «public order activities».

La Gaceta, Official News Paper publishes the withdrawal of Marcia Ramírez, head of the Ministry of the Family and the resignation of Francisco López, sanctioned by the United States with the Magnitsky Law.

Father José Antonio Fortea, Spanish theologian and expert in exorcisms in an open letter to the President of Nicaragua warns him «you have thrown the mob against the Bishops. A very small mob, but that compensated with violence the smallness of its number «.

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