[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]Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes, Archbishop of Managua and president of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) reiterates that they continue to believe in dialogue.
Pablo Morales Amador, member of the Countrymen Movement, assures that the organization is beaten but not disarticulated.
Wilmer Fernández, president of the Nicaraguan Chamber of the Milk Sector (Canislac), says that despite the government removing the road blockages, the industry still has not recovered.
Jorge Arreaza, Venezuela’s foreign minister said his government is willing to send people to Nicaragua to «defend its independence and sovereignty.»
The Kingdom of the Netherlands suspends cooperation to build a hospital in Bilwi, Puerto Cabezas, due to serious human rights violations committed by Nicaraguan government officials.
The American Chamber of Commerce of Nicaragua (AmCham) expresses its support to the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua as mediator of the National Dialogue.
The Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy repudiates the attempt to boycott the National Dialogue by the Ortega-Murillo regime, that they criminalize the actions of the Bishops and calls for the release of political prisoners.
Cenidh condemns direct attacks and hatred campaigns and defamation against the Bishops by the Government of Nicaragua.
The Latin American and Caribbean Confederation of Religious (CLAR) solidarizes with Nicaraguans calls for the cessation of violence and persecution.
The Federation of Chambers and Industrial Associations of Central America and the Dominican Republic (Fecaica) solidarizes with Nicaragua rejects acts of violence and the violation of the rule of law.
USAID announces 1.5 million dollars to support democracy and human rights in Nicaragua.
Xiskya Valladares, better known as the «Twitter Nun», assures that what is happening in Nicaragua is becoming genocide and considers that the Government has declared war on the Church.
Government of the United Kingdom maintains that the deterioration of the situation in Nicaragua is alarming, calls for the cessation of violence and at the same time welcomes the role of the Bishops.
Carlos Trujillo, the United States’ ambassador to the OAS, believes that violence must be stopped, dialogue must be restored and that the Church and civil society should sit down to seek a peaceful and democratic solution to this problem.
The French newspaper Le Monde in its editorial today addresses «the moral defeat of the Ortega government».
Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg freezes disbursements to the Government of Nicaragua and suspends the signing process of the new Indicative Cooperation Program.
The Catholic Church calls a day of fasting and prayer of exorcism to St. Michael the Archangel, to ask for peace and reconciliation in Nicaragua.
Government of Costa Rica installs two shelters to welcome Nicaraguans fleeing the country crisis.
Monsignor Abelardo Mata, spokesman for the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN), believes that Ortega «has become like a beast».
Rosario Murillo, vice president of Nicaragua, threatens those who protest against the government with jail.
The National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH) advocates for the National Dialogue to resume in Nicaragua.
Luis Almagro, Secretary General of the OAS, assures that it is essential to return in good faith to the National Dialogue facilitated by the CEN.
Miguel Díaz-Canel, President of Cuba, reiterates his support for President Daniel Ortega in the face of «interventionist and destabilizing actions».
The Venezuelan Episcopal Conference expresses its solidarity with the Bishops of Nicaragua and with the people of the country.
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights supports the Bishops of Nicaragua as mediators of the National Dialogue.
79% of the Nicaraguan population wants early elections, according to a survey conducted by the Civic Ethics and Transparency Group.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Guatemala is evaluating the possibility of calling its ambassador in Nicaragua to explain the situation of violence in the country.
A group of artists will give a concert in Costa Rica to help victims of violence in Nicaragua.
The Commission for Truth, Justice and Peace expresses its concern about the ineffectiveness of the National Dialogue, points out technical, organizational and political factors.
The Superior Council of Private Enterprise (Cosep) expresses its solidarity and support to the Bishops as mediators of the National Dialogue.
The Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce and Services (Cecoms) of Guatemala, asked President Jimmy Morales to set up a dialogue and conciliation table for Nicaragua to resolve the crisis.
La Gaceta Diario Oficial publishes Laws 976 and 977 referring to the Financial Analysis Unit and against the laundering of Assets and the Financing of Terrorism.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]