Two dead, 15 wounded and several students kidnapped in attack by parapolice groups to the UNAN-Managua. Priests arrive at the university to know the situation and mediate in the release of detainees.
A Minor Less than 14 months of age is killed by a bullet in the head by parapolice groups in the Americas Uno neighborhood in Managua.
Carlos Trujillo, US ambassador to the OAS says that you can not negotiate if the massacre continues.
The Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) confirms the resumption of the National Dialogue on Monday, June 25th, and asks President Daniel Ortega to respond to the proposal for early elections.
Luis Almagro, secretary general of the OAS, condemns the murder of two young people and the minor from the Americas Uno neighborhood. He reiterates the call for the immediate cessation of violence and repression in all forms.
“It was the police,” says Karina Navarrete, mother of the murdered baby in the Americas Uno neighborhood of Managua.
Rosa Marina Zelaya, former president of the Supreme Electoral Council (CSE), considers that holding early elections until 2019 is a very long and risky period due to the escalation of violence in the country.
Edmundo Jarquín, ex-vice-presidential candidate of the MRS, believes that Daniel Ortega does not want dialogue, but he must pretend that he is interested. “What he wants is to decide in the field that he knows the most: repression.”
Freelance journalists from the South Caribbean are victims of a campaign of defamation by groups related to the government that seek to indict them in the murder of the journalist Ángel Gahona, which occurred on April 21.
Financial Sector loses 1,500 jobs due to the crisis in Nicaragua.
Land invasions across the country, scares off investors.
Parapolice groups in Masaya kill a 39-year-old woman with bullets. The attacks of the police forces occur despite the fact that on Thursday the 21st Commissioner Ramón Avellán promised to stop the repression.
Managua dawns at the hands of paramilitaries and policemen hooded and armed who terrorize residents of the capital.
The civil organizations, the University Coalition and the Countrymen Movement suspend March of the Flowers to not to expose the citizens to the attacks of parapolice groups that besiege the city.
Antiriot and paramilitaries in León move around the city to remove barricades in different neighborhoods of the city. “If they are removed, we will put them back again,” residents say.
Self convoked people of Sébaco freed two workers from the mayor’s office detained for attacking protesters in the barricades with weapons.
Police and parapolice groups shoot at the dining room in León and they take six people detained, including workers and clients.
The Leonese Articulation M19 of April and civil society demand the National Police, government party operators and the mayor of that city to stop repression and the plan to clear barricades in León.
Paulo Abrāo, executive secretary of the IACHR, confirms that the technical team of that organization arrives in the country on June 24th to install the Special Follow-up Mechanism for Nicaragua (MESENI).
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights announces that in June 26th the mission that will accompany the Verification and Security Commission will arrive to Nicaragua.
At least seven dead people due to attacks by parapolice groups in Managua, Masaya and León.
Gonzalo Carrión, legal director of the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights, Cenidh affirms that students kidnapped at the UNAN Managua were tortured.
The writer Gioconda Belli and Monsignor Silvio Báez, auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Managua, suggest not respond or reproduce material posted on social networks by people close to the government who are trying to win “the war on social networks”.
The World Movement for Children (MMI) in Nicaragua condemns the murder of the 14-month-old baby Teyler Lorío Navarrete and the 16-year-old Kevin González murdered in Ciudad Sandino. Demand that the State stop the violence and guarantee the protection of children and adolescents.
Brandon Lovo and Glen Slate have been unfairly detained for more than two months for the murder of journalist Ángel Gahona. The judge set the trial for today June the 23th.