The Nicaraguan Association for Human Rights (ANPDH) records 285 assassinations; 1,500 injured; 46 injured with permanent damage and 156 missing between April 19th and June 25th due to repression.

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights today begins its official mission in Nicaragua to accompany the Verification and Security Committee of the National Dialogue and monitor the human rights situation in the country.

Members of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy indicate that the Government of Nicaragua avoids the electoral issue in the National Dialogue.

Partners of the different collective transport cooperatives in Nicaragua fear that the government will take away the fuel subsidy.

Four former police officers denounce death threats from authorities that entity so that they reintegrate to their duties.

A group of senators introduces a resolution proposal that enables Donald Trump, president of the United States, to apply the Magnitsky Law to corrupt Nicaraguan officials.

Groups related to the government shoot against residents of Juigalpa.

National Police releases 14 young people from Granada who were illegally detained. The release was achieved through agreements between the city’s parish priest and the police commissioner.

Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (Cenidh) confirms the death of 21 people in three days throughout the country.

According to figures from the Central Bank of Nicaragua in the last month, the Gross International Reserves were reduced by 308.5 million dollars, equivalent to a fall of 10.40%.

The government orders to pay immediately to the Nicaraguan Institute of Social Security (INSS) 255.18 million Cordobas, of the debt it has with that entity.

Ileana Lacayo, a journalist from Bluefields, denounces serious threats against journalists in Bluefields “this is causing us to be persecuted, to be threatened and even to be leaving our homes because of a security issue”

Two wounded adolescents and a young woman hit by paramilitary groups attacks in the Batahola Norte Park in Managua.

Gustavo Mohme, president of the Inter-American Press Association (SIP) states: “Nicaragua is experiencing a climate of brutal government repression that has claimed more than 230 lives and the work of journalists on the streets is increasingly difficult.”

Sergio Ramírez: “The first person dead marked the end of the regime in Nicaragua.”

Delegation of the European Union in Nicaragua announces that it is consulting with its Member States on the best way to support the national dialogue. Meanwhile, they expand their programs on human rights and humanitarian aid to the country.

Paulo Abrão, Secretary General of the IACHR, calls for “not to naturalize barbarism” and adds that the number of deaths due to repression “is alarming and can not continue”.

Groups parapoliciales besiege Nagarote, Leon to prevent the population from raising the barricades again.

Return to Nicaragua Félix Maradiaga, director of the Institute of Strategic Studies and Public Policies (IEEPP) accused by the National Police of being part of organized crime.

Amelia Rueda: “the future of Ortega, Murillo and their children as millionaire entrepreneurs is one of the crucial factors in the search for a way out of the confrontation in Nicaragua, shaken with a daily balance of dead people, wounded, prisoners and disappeared”.

ABC Radio Stereo denounces intimidation and threats of the burning of its facilities by unidentified groups.

Residents of Nagarote, León denounce that paramilitary groups kidnapped nine people.

Board of Directors of the Central American Parliament (Parlacen) supports the National Dialogue and supports all efforts for the prompt and definitive stability of the country.

Juan Sebastian Chamorro, member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy in an interview with the television network Aljazeera, highlights that in Nicaragua you are living a humanitarian crisis. The police have shot to kill and human rights, the right to life and health have been violated.

Police and armed civilians detain Juan José Sevilla, retired colonel of the Nicaraguan Army, whom they claim to accuse of having killed a subofficer mayor of the National Police, last Monday, June 25th.

Medical College of El Salvador urges the President of that Nation, Salvador Sanchez Cerén, to pronounce on the situation in Nicaragua and demand respect for the right to health and the cease of violence.

Civic Alliance of Madriz calls for a stop in operations “for Justice and Peace”, tomorrow, in Somoto.

At least 22 men hooded and armed with machetes enter to rob in the Diocesan Center of Pastoral La Cartuja, belonging to the Diocese of Matagalpa.

Villagers of León build ditches on public roads in the city to protect themselves from the attack of the “death pickup trucks”.

Paul Oquist, Private Secretary of President Daniel Ortega for Public Policies conditions the advancement of elections.

Archdiocese of Managua alerts of false priest who visits the parishes of Managua.

Juan Sebastian Chamorro, director of Funides and member of the Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy, assures that the crisis has generated an economic collapse for Nicaragua.

Priests of the Diocese of Matagalpa condemn the profanation of the La Cartuja Diocesan Pastoral Center.

Nicaraguan Daybis Rodríguez, winner of the World Coffee Baristas Tournament, dedicates the award to students who fight for freedom of Nicaragua and to the mothers who have lost their children in this crisis.

Spanish Congress approves initiative from the International Commission of Cooperation for Development on Nicaragua that includes an amendment to request that all wounded people be cared for and the physical integrity of health professionals are protected.

Experts claim that the behavior of the Nicaraguan Army, which constitutionally must be a “nonpartisan”, “apolitical” and “non-deliberative” institution, is related to the defense of economic interests.

 

To date 285 murdered