The Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy in an open letter to President Daniel Ortega requests the reinstatement of the National Dialogue, immediately stop the climate of confrontation and free political prisoners.

Nicaraguan activists in Chile seek to increase international pressure on the regime of President Daniel Ortega.

María Claudia Pulido, deputy executive secretary of the IACHR, estimates that between 100 and 150 Nicaraguans are crossing the border daily to Costa Rica fleeing the country’s sociopolitical crisis.

Self-convoked villagers from Granada and León march to demand the release of political prisoners and demand justice for the murdered.

At least 50 police officers will testify as witnesses in the trial against the leaders of the Countrymen Movement Medardo Mairena and Pedro Mena, who are charged with seven crimes, including terrorism, kidnapping and murder.

The working group for Nicaragua of the OAS elects the ambassador of Canada, Jennifer Loten, as president and the ambassador of Chile, Hernán Salinas Burgos as vice president.

Members of the Interdisciplinary Group of Independent Experts (GIEI Nicaragua) assure that the Nicaraguan authorities have denied them access to files of investigations and criminal cases initiated against the demonstrators.

OAS Working Group meets to address cooperation actions for the return of peace in Nicaragua.

Yilber Idiáquez, correspondent of Radio Corporación in Masaya denounces threats and intimidation and assures that people close to the regime have offered a reward of five thousand dollars in exchange for delivering him.

The National Assembly of Nicaragua, through a declaration, rejects the presence in the country of the “interventionist OAS commission”.

National Police illegally detains a leader of the Movement on April 19 in Estelí and accuses him of terrorism.

Guillermo Fernández Maldonado, Coordinator of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in Nicaragua “We were invited to accompany the security verification commission in a framework of dialogue. Progressively we saw that it deteriorated. ”

Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica, comments that they have assisted the migration of Nicaraguans with all available tools, from the migratory, political and human rights point of view.

Land squatters invade farm in Los Vanegas district in Managua.

Amy García, attorney for Brandon Lovo and Glen Slate, unjustly accused of the death of journalist Ángel Gahona receives messages with threats “life is borrowed”.

Denis Flores Obando, former mayor of Siuna for the PLC; Cristino Meza, leader of the party Citizens for Freedom (CxL) and lawyer Isidro Trujillo, fled the country because of persecution by the government.

 Paramilitaries unleash hunting against farmers in Nueva Segovia. Members of the Civic Country Alliance, report that there are four young people kidnapped and their whereabouts are unknown.

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