Movement for Nicaragua (MpN) and Lets Do Democracy will present a legal way to advance elections in Nicaragua and will hand over these proposals to the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy.
IACHR stars its work plan in Nicaragua after the installation of the Special Follow-up Mechanism for Nicaragua (Meseni).
Bishops of the Episcopal Conference reassure that it is essential that President Daniel Ortega accept the proposal to advance the elections.
Government persecutes and threatens human rights defenders, independent journalists and activists of self-convoked groups.
Antonia Urrejola, special Rapporteurs for Nicaragua of the IACHR, indicates that “the State of Nicaragua violated the right to life.” The testimonies show that since the beginning of the protests there has been participation of parapolice groups.
Tremendous fall of 40% in the arrival of travelers to Nicaragua. According to figures from the International Airports Administration Company (EAAI), in May arrived 20,694 fewer travelers compared to the same period in 2017.
Orteguism puts a price on the head of Christian Fajardo, one of the leaders of the resistance in Masaya whom he accuses of the destruction of the city.
14-month-old baby crime uncovers manipulation of clinical files by the State to evade responsibilities.
Andrés González Díaz, president of the Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), assumes that the government of Nicaragua has accepted the proposal for early elections.
University Movement April 19 and the Movement of Auto convoked in León call the residents to raise the barricades again to guarantee the safety of the families.
Permanent Commission of Human Rights (CPDH) reports 19 detainees in less than 24 hours.
They Set on Fire the place of the mayor office of Matagalpa. The persons responsible for the incident are unknown.
National Police assassinates with two bullets in the chest a 20-year-old youngster in Tipitapa.
Hooded delinquents loot the training center Fortín Children Association, located in León.
Nicaraguans living in New York march to pray for peace in Nicaragua.
Hooded people on board of trucks fire on the population of Diriamba and loot two stores.
Students call to organize large marches to force out President Daniel Ortega.
Opinion leaders affirm that the Nicaraguan Army should not get involved in the crisis. The spokesman of the military entity, Colonel Manuel Guevara affirms that this institution will support any decision that comes out of the National Dialogue.
Police and paramilitaries attack the neighborhoods Zaragoza, Laborío, La Providencia and Sutiaba, in León.
They assassinated with two gunshots a young man in Estelí. Family accuses the police and paramilitary group that are on guard in the southern exit of the city.
At least five dead people in Nagarote, Estelí, Jinotepe, Tecolostote and Tipitapa.
Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy will make pressure at the work tables so that Daniel Ortega responds to the bishops.
At least 200 hooded policemen are besieging the municipality of Nagarote, in León, and are attacking residents with bullets.
Techo Nicaragua announces temporary reduction of its work in the country, reduction of personnel and closure of its offices.
The Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) reports that Cardinal Leopoldo Brenes and Monsignor Rolando Álvarez are traveling to the Holy See. Brenes will participate in the Cardenal Consistory and together with Monsignor Álvarez will hold a private audience with Pope Francisco to inform him about the situation the country is living.
Paulo Abrão, general secretary of the IACHR, assures that the situation in Nicaragua is very critical and it is necessary that the international community pays attention to what is happening in the country.
Edgar Hernández and Pedro Talavera, Mexican reporters, producers of the documentary The Final Offensive in 1979, assure that the young Nicaraguans blood can not continue to be spilled.
Rosario Murillo, vice president of Nicaragua, in her daily appearance catalogs “sons of the devil, people without souls and sharp tongues” to those who maintain barricades throughout the country.
Editorial of Diario El Comercio of Peru: “a pension reform in Nicaragua has ended up exposing the authoritarian and repressive guts of the Daniel Ortega regime”.
Groups related to the government withdraw barricades in Jinotega, in the North of Nicaragua and paramilitary groups decrease their presence in the city.
The Latin Ibero-American Medical Confederation shows deep indignation over the use and abuse of health professionals and health services in Nicaragua and demands the adoption of urgent measures to stop the wave of assassination.
The American Company Strafford Worldview assures that protests are bad for President Daniel Ortega and even worse for business.
The Association of Coffee Exporters in Nicaragua (Excan) expresses its serious concern about the total deterioration of the rule of law in the country and demands the government the respect to life, respect to private property and cessation of repression.
The Government of Ecuador condemns acts of violence and urges the Government of Nicaragua to implement the recommendations of the IACHR and to guarantee respect of human rights of the people.
The House of the Mejia Godoy, a space for the art and culture of Nicaragua, announces the indefinite closure of its premises as a result of the economic deterioration of the country.
Henry Ruiz “Commandant Modesto”, former member of the National Directorate of the FSLN, affirms that the cynicism of the tyrant couple is characteristic of their political behavior: “you will make me sign you will never make me pay”, he adds that Ortega and his wife have not respected any of the 15 recommendations (from the IACHR).