Day 89

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The Council of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of the UNAN Managua condemns the aggressions suffered by the students.

Federica Mogherini, spokesperson for the High Representative of the European Union, assures that the acts of violence against students and civilians and the delay in providing medical assistance for the wounded are deplorable.

They held behind closed doors a preliminary hearing against the leader of the Countrymen Movement, Medardo Mairena, illegally detained while leaving the country to denounce the government repression.

UNAN-León students reject reforms to the academic calendar approved by the University Council.

Sebastián Piñera, president of Chile condemns the murder of more than 350 people and says he asked his Foreign Minister to discuss the situation in Nicaragua at the CELAC-EU summit.

Government of Spain condemns the violence in Nicaragua, calls for the National Dialogue to be resumed and each of the deaths investigated.

Government of Colombia supports the OAS call to advance the elections in Nicaragua to solve the crisis.

Paramilitary groups attack vehicle of Bishop Abelardo Mata in Nindirí, Masaya.

National Police prevents entry of IACHR and UN missions to El Chipote to check the status of the detainees.

Paramilitary groups assault and steal belongings from a priest in the municipality of Catarina, Masaya.

National Police and paramilitary groups kidnap 30 people in Granada.

OAS Permanent Council will meet on Tuesday 17th to address the crisis in Nicaragua.

Civic Caravan «The streets belong to you» runs through Jinotega to demand justice and democracy.

The Government of Ecuador rejects acts of violence against university students and Bishops and calls to resume actions, within the framework of the National Dialogue, to find a peaceful solution to the crisis in the country.

Government of Guatemala condemns the repression against students and calls for negotiations with concrete results that address the country’s fundamental challenges.

Thousands of people participate in caravan of solidarity with the white villages, Catarina, Diriá, Niquinohomo, Diriomo and Masaya.

Art Collections Hotel, which groups together two hotels, two restaurants and the Ortiz Gurdian Foundation Art Center in León, announces the indefinite closure of its facilities until there is a safe climate for tourism.

Government of Honduras expresses its concern about the crisis in Nicaragua and calls on the government and the different sectors to resume the National Dialogue.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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