Today marks the 39th anniversary of the Tactical Retreat to Masaya.

The missions of the UN and the IACHR through its Special Monitoring Mechanism for Nicaragua (Meseni) are installed in Nicaragua to support the search for a solution to the violence caused by government repression.

The Central Bank of Nicaragua reports that seven of every ten dollars that the Government has contracted as credit abroad is linked to multilateral financial organizations, a situation that may hinder access to external financing.

Daniel Ortega plunges the country’s economy into a serious crisis; experts say that if the crisis continues for the rest of the year, the economy would fall between 2% and 2.8%.

Francisca Ramírez, countrymen leader affirms that “we must get up stronger. We are clear that we are winning and the presence of the IACHR should impel us to take to the streets. ”

Mayors from Masaya, Nagarote and Jinotepe, flee their cities for protests against Daniel Ortega’s regime.

Félix Maradiaga, director of the IEEPP, affirms that “citizen resistance must continue through mechanisms that minimize the loss of lives. I believe that the regime has its days numbered. ”

Feminists in Matagalpa denounce that five young men from that city were arrested by police and hooded civilians and then transferred to the cells of El Chipote and they demand their early release.

Countrymen Movement de Nicaragua controls 163 blockages on the roads. They report that pro-government armed groups have seized and created new road blockages in at least three points of the country.

660 million dollars in deposits (12% of the total) have been withdrawn from the national bank.

Civil organizations, Countrymen Movement and the University Coalition convoke to the “Flowers March” for this Saturday, June 30th, in honor of the children killed by police and paramilitaries at the service of the Ortega regime.

The writer Gioconda Belli, on the company dilemmas, comments that “it is time for unity, the time make silence to hear the steps of the tyrant departing “.

Nicaraguan breaks into a meeting of the Pan American Health Organization and questions the authorities of that organization for failing to pronounce about the crisis in Nicaragua.

Daguer Hernández, deputy director of Immigration and Foreigners of Costa Rica indicates that in June 5. 200 Nicaraguans have requested refuge in their country.

Ovidio Reyes, president of the Central Bank, informs that the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) will no longer grow 4.9% but 1% due to the unrest in the country.

Monsignor Bosco Vivas “the call is not to close the doors to dialogue”.

The organization SOS Global Nicaragua details that 35 cities around the world have confirmed their participation on June 30 in the world vigil in honor of the victims of Nicaragua.

Laura Dogu, US ambassador to Nicaragua confirms that they asked the National Police the devolution or payment of vehicles donated by her government, some used to repress the protesters “These actions violate the cooperation of agreement terms.”

Hundreds of Nicaraguans protest in Miami to demand the end of repression and the departure of President Daniel Ortega.

The Government of Uruguay expresses its dismay for the victims of violence and encourages all parties, especially the government, to seek negotiated solutions through the National Dialogue.

Yohani Sánchez, Cuban blogger, affirms that “Ortega has ordered to kill and will continue to do so in order to preserve the presidential chair.

Sergio Ramírez sustains that the Dialogue is the only way to avoid a new civil war, “the worst curse that could fall on our heads”.

Xiskya Valladares, known as the “The Twitter Nun”, assures that Nicaragua is an example for the world, blames the Government of Daniel Ortega for a repression that has caused hundreds of deaths and disappearances.

Mac Margolis, Bloomberg columnist, comments that business leaders appreciated stability in the country, until protests and crackdown shook the economy.

The National Police denies that vehicles donated by the United States Government have been used to suppress peaceful demonstrations or transport irregular forces.

Virgilio Silva, executive president of the National Port Company (EPN), claims that they have lost US $ 400 thousand dollars for the reduction of port services.

Masaya the town who resist the repression of the government of Daniel Ortega and fight from their barricades for a Nicaragua free of dictatorships.