100 days have passed since the beginning of government repression against the people of Nicaragua.
The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (ANPDH), recorded 448 murders, 2,830 injured, 72 injured with permanent damage and 595 missing and kidnapped between April 19th and July 25th.
Embassy of Spain in Nicaragua, reiterates call for the cessation of violence and the need of justice for crimes committed. They report that they support and finance the Red Cross, OAS and the IACHR and support the Dialogue and the CEN.
Dozens of people called by the Argentine Socialist Workers Movement (MST) protest at the Nicaraguan embassy in Buenos Aires for the acts of violence in the country.
AmCham rejects intimidation and disrespect for private property to two members companies: Banpro and ND Medios.
Extensive police deployment in the area of Rubenia in Managua prior to the stand up for the 100 days of repression in Nicaragua.
According to local human rights organizations, Costa Rica, Panama, Spain and Canada are the destinations of Nicaraguans fleeing the crisis.
After 100 days of crisis, the future of the Nicaraguan economy is uncertain. To date, more than four hundred million dollars and two hundred thousand jobs have been lost.
Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States assures that the Government of Nicaragua is waging a virtual war against the Catholic Church.
Nicaraguans living in Brazil denounce the repressive escalation of the violence from the Government of Nicaragua against the people.
Jorge Castañeda, former Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico on the crisis in Nicaragua, foresees “a stubborn return to the traditional position of Mexico to not to get involved in the politics of other nations or express opinions on the human rights situation in other countries” .
The Costa Rican Union of Chambers and Associations of the Private Business Sector (Uccaep) condemns the violation of human rights in Nicaragua and details those stronger decisions must be made.
Catholic Church of Panama holds a day of prayer for peace in Nicaragua.
The Mexican Commission for Human Rights (CMDH) together with two other organizations provides a list of 42,000 signatures to the Nicaraguan Embassy in that country to request the destitution of President Daniel Ortega.
Monsignor Rolando Álvarez comments that “the church lives by and for the dignity of the people, we do not seek positions or human privileges”.
The Superior Council of the Private Enterprise (Cosep) denounces that a month ago raw materials for the productive sectors of the country are being held in customs.
The Superior Council for Private Enterprise (Cosep) condemns and rejects the harassment of hooded groups against companies and private media.
Artistic Stand Up organized by the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy is held in the Central America roundabout and not in Rubenia. The change was made because of the large police deployment registered before the start.
Douglas Carcache, deputy director of El Nuevo Diario, comments that now it has become a crime to want to inform with the truth.
The General Directorate of Customs Services ensures that foreign trade operations have not been interrupted, in response to Cosep’s complaint about the retention of raw material in customs.
Bishops from Germany send a letter to President Daniel Ortega asking him to stop the violence, respect the freedom of assembly and opinion and release political prisoners.
To date 448 murdered