Rosario Murillo, vice-president of Nicaragua, assures that the “coup-makers” have enraged against the official institutions and criticizes the business leaders whom she labels as “homeland sellers” and traitors.
The Swedish International Agency for Development Cooperation (SIDA) announces the creation of a support fund for projects in Nicaragua within the context of the socio-political crisis.
The Latin-Ibero-American and Caribbean Medical Confederation (Confemel) describes the dismissals and judicial accusations of Nicaraguan doctors as “the most serious case of criminalization of the profession in the entire region.”
National Police recovers two properties invaded by land squatters, including the experimental farm La Polvosa, owned by the Central American University (UCA).
Gustavo Mohme, president of the Inter-American Press Association (IAPA) arrives in Nicaragua as part of a joint mission of that organization and of Reporters Without Borders (RSF) to verify the situation of journalism in the country.
Movement for Nicaragua denounces theft in its offices to the mission of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights located in the country.
Antonia Urrejola, Rapporteur of the IACHR for Nicaragua, assures that the situation in the country is not normal and describes the situation of human rights in Nicaragua as very serious.
The Government of Colombia rejects the statements of President Daniel Ortega, in which he affirms that Colombia has coup interests in the political crisis in Nicaragua.
The persecuted of Orteguism. More than 200 Nicaraguans have been arrested and prosecuted for participating in the protests against the Government.
The Spanish company Iberia confirms that it postpones the direct connection between Managua and Madrid and informs those who bought tickets that they will return the money or can make connections with other airports.
Melvin Redondo, secretary general of the Central American Economic Integration Secretariat (Sieca), assures that the costs of the companies in the region increased 30% due to the crisis in Nicaragua.
Rosario Murillo, vice-president of Nicaragua, points out that 356,274 people are unemployed in the country because of “classist coupist terrorism.”