CPDH denounces the torture of five protesters illegally detained for participating in marches against the Government of Nicaragua.
Armed groups invade three properties of Grupo Coen in Chinandega.
Monsignor Silvio Báez, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Managua maintains that “a Sheppard must be at the side of his people.”
Vinizio Cerezo, general secretary of SICA, assures that the members of that organization asked him to contribute to the solution of the crisis in Nicaragua.
The United States Government announces additional assistance of US $ 1.5 million to support freedom and democracy in Nicaragua.
“Daniel Ortega wants to silence us,” independent journalists in Nicaragua assured.
Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes, Archbishop of Managua and president of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) thanked the Latin American Bishops for the journey of prayer for Nicaragua.
Students of Leon declare themselves in student disobedience and march to demand justice for the murdered people.
President Daniel Ortega, in an interview with the European network Euro news, affirms that “to resign is to open the doors to anarchy.”
Independent journalists stood up in Managua to demand justice, freedom of the press and denounce the intensification of censorship, persecution, abuse and aggression.
Farhan Haq, spokesman for the United Nations (UN), says they are discussing the possibility of being mediators in the crisis in Nicaragua.
Alfredo Gutiérrez resigns his position as PLC councilor in the Mayor City Hall of Managua, because he does not want to continue working with people who defend the government.
The Government of Spain announces that it will contribute an additional 400,000 Euros to the 180,000 contributed so far. It will also provide a contribution of 200 thousand for the GIEI and MESENI.
The members of the Chambers of Industry Federation of Central America and the Dominican Republic (Fecaica) calls for stronger actions from SICA, SIECA and the OAS in response to the crisis in Nicaragua.
Paramilitary groups kidnap three citizens in San Marcos, Carazo.
Nicaraguan Artistic Resistance proposes musicians not to distribute their contents on Radio Rock FM because they are linked to the government.
Permanent Mission of the Government of Nicaragua at the OAS rejects proposal to form a special commission to discuss the situation in Nicaragua, presented by eight member countries of the OAS.
Opponents Monica Baltodano and Julio Campos denounce aggression threats and a campaign to criminalize their protests.