[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]Paramilitary groups brutally attack Masaya in the so-called «cleaning operation».
The Permanent Human Rights Commission will request the Meseni to verify the acts of violence in San Pedro de Lóvago, Chontales, where the numbers of the murdered and disappeared people have not yet been verified.
Yasuhisa Suzuki, ambassador of Japan in Nicaragua during the visit to the Yazaki plant in León, showed concern for the welfare of the workers and the future of the company in the country.
According to figures from the International Airports Administration Company (EAAI), more than 80 thousand foreign visitors have stopped arriving in Nicaragua due to the crisis.
International pressure grows against the regime of President Daniel Ortega.
Rupert Colville, United Nations (UN) High Commissioner for Human Rights, calls for an immediate stop to «the appalling lost of lives.»
They accuse Medardo Mairena of seven crimes, the leader of the Countrymen Movement.
The Permanent Commission of Human Rights (CPDH) reports 58 new cases of illegal detentions in El Chipote.
Federica Mogherini, High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy of the EU and Vice-President of the European Commission, informs that they will provide 300 thousand Euros for hospital care for the victims of violence in Nicaragua.
The United States Department of State confirms new revocation of visas to Nicaraguan officials.
Senator Marco Rubio assures that there will be consequences for the Ortega regime for the attacks perpetrated against the civilian population.
Monsignor Waldemar Stanislaw Sommertag calls for a truce to violence in the country. «It is not acceptable to think that the dead people and victims of violence can solve a political crisis and guarantee a future of peace.»
The OAS Resolution that will be submitted to a vote on Wednesday condemns the attacks on the clergy and urges the government to resume the National Dialogue.
Nikki Haley, ambassador of the United States, said at the UN today that «there have been more innocent people killed by Ortega in Nicaragua than by Maduro in Venezuela.»
The Chamber of Senators of Uruguay approves a declaration in rejection of acts of violence in Nicaragua, led by the worn-out regime of Daniel Ortega.
Mayors of four municipalities of Jinotega agree to lift the road blockages and in exchange they request to disarm the paramilitary groups.
Reporters Without Borders denounce the violations of freedom of the press in Nicaragua and urge to guarantee the safety of journalists.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nicaragua classifies as biased the declarations from the Office of the High Commissioner of the United Nations (UN) and accuses them of being accomplices in terrorist actions.
Various Mexican organizations make a declaration for peace, democracy and justice in Nicaragua and call on the government to stop violence and to contribute to the disarmament of paramilitary groups.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]