Otto Reich, former assistant secretary of State for the Western Hemisphere Department of the United States, assures that Ortega does not intend to leave power even after 2021.

Óscar René Vargas, persecuted by the Government of Nicaragua, indicates that with the arrests of local leaders and of anyone who criticizes the violence, the government seeks to decapitate the social movements.

The Social Legal Center for Consumer Aid (CJSAC) sends a moratorium bill to the National Assembly for debtors affected by the crisis.

Data from the Nicaraguan Tourism Institute (Intur) indicates that 14 cruise ships canceled their arrival in Nicaragua.

Niels Annen, German Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs considers important to reactivate the dialogue and states that Germany can help and support this process.

Members of the National Council of Universities (CNU) dismiss Telemaco Talavera, president of that organization. Ramona Rodríguez, rector of UNAN-Managua, will occupy the position.

The authorities of the Oscar Danilo Rosales Argüello School Hospital (HEODRA), in Leon arbitrarily dismiss more than 40 doctors.

Lenin Moreno, President of Ecuador emphasizes that the obsession with power is what originated the crisis in Nicaragua.

Activists and French citizens condemn the massacres orchestrated by the Ortega-Murillo regime and support the demands of the popular movement.

Noam Chomsky, an American political scientist, assures that President Daniel Ortega must call early elections.

Government of Brazil will file a lawsuit against Nicaragua in the IACHR for the murder of one of its citizens by paramilitary groups.

Four business chambers members of Cosep denounce the non-compliance with the procedures by the government authorities established in the Law on Tax Concertation.

Nicaraguan civil organizations ask the UN Secretary General to request an urgent session of the UN Security Council to address the crisis in Nicaragua.

The National Police inform that they arrested the alleged perpetrator of the murder of the Brazilian student.

Harley Morales, member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy affirms that the protest in the streets can not be stopped.

Supporters of the ruling party paint on the walls of the Church and in the opposition houses in Estelí.

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, along with other senators, sends a letter to the president of the United States to extend the TPS to Nicaraguans.

Judge orders preventive detention against opposition mayor of Mulukukú and to 17 others, accused of the murder of two police officers in that municipality.

María Magdalena Rodríguez, sister of one of the agents killed in Mulukukú, complains to the Permanent Human Rights Commission (CPDH) that the mayor is innocent of the charges against him.

The Federation of Private Entities of Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic (Fedepricap) considers that the situation in Nicaragua continues to deteriorate despite international condemnation.

The Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy sympathizes with health personnel dismissed arbitrarily for being faithful to their Hippocratic Oath.

The National Police illegally detain the journalist Paco Espinoza, correspondent of the Action 10 News in Jinotega and accuses him of kidnapping, assault, torture, attempted murder and injuries.

Paulo Abrão, general secretary of the IACHR, denounces that Nicaragua is in the third phase of the repression characterized by criminalizing the demonstrators.

Humberto Ortega, retired general and brother of President Daniel Ortega, in an interview with CNN accused the government of his brother of being the main responsible of the repression against Nicaraguans.

Nicaraguan Medical Unit demands release of kidnapped doctors supports the doctors who have been forced into self-exile for caring for the injured and condemns the massive dismissals of colleagues.

Republican senator Marco Rubio warns about the criminality of the Ortega regime, “Doctors are being dismissed from their jobs in León for attending to the young people wounded by paramilitary gangs.”