Funides assures that Nicaragua’s economy will no longer be able to grow in 2018.
Youngsters, activists and members of sexual diversity march to demand justice for the victims of repression in Nicaragua.
Monsignor Silvio Báez, auxiliary bishop of Managua, affirms that “being mediators does not make us neutral in the face of violence.”
A major achievement of the Civic Alliance, 42 days after initiating the Dialogue, is the presence of the IACHR, the UN and the EU in the country.
Deputies of the National Assembly in extraordinary session tomorrow, Friday, will approve decrees referring to the entry of foreign troops into the country for the purpose of exercises with the Nicaraguan Army.
Lucy Valenti, president of the National Chamber of Tourism of Nicaragua (Canatur) argues that President Daniel Ortega must recognize that “he can no longer govern.”
Felix Maradiaga, director of IEEPP, affirms that with the paramilitaries Daniel Ortega “introduced a cancer to the system and will bring serious damage to society”.
The UN Delegation in Nicaragua affirms that it is important to join the voice of justice, to cease violations of human rights and to accompany the search for a peaceful solution. ”
Citizens of the eastern neighborhoods of Managua blame the government for harassing them day and night through groups of armed and hooded civilians.
Human rights organizations in Nicaragua denounce Daniel Ortega in Geneva.
Land invaders indicate that the government has offered them the lots of terrain for 500 Cordobas.
For the second time, journalists and owners of independent media independent speak out against violence unleashed by police and paramilitaries in Nicaragua.
Nicasio Urbina, writer and professor at the Cincinnati University, United States, assures that just as in 1979 everyone was in favor of the Sandinista Revolution, today they are against the President, Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo.
Paulo Abrão, general secretary of the IACHR confirms that the MESENI delegation could not enter El Chipote this morning.
Association of Scouts of Nicaragua announces that paramilitary groups take El Coyotepe fortress in Masaya. The Coyotepe is used to hold meetings for children, teenagers and young scouts.
The writer Gioconda Belli, affirms that the people from the left are not with Daniel Ortega. “His government has not been leftist, but populist; it has broken the democratic institutional framework of the country, it has abused its power, it has followed economic neoliberal policies, it has allied itself with big capital.”
Movement April 19 and self convoked of Diriamba, Carazo initiate cleaning plan in the absence of the municipal authorities.
Nicaraguans will demonstrate in 50 cities around the world in the World Vigil, organized by self-convoked groups in solidarity with the victims of repression in the country.
Monsignor Waldemar Stanislaw Sommertag, Apostolic Nuncio in Nicaragua, assures that Pope Francis exhorted to cease the violence and the useless bloodshed in Nicaragua.
LGTBIQ Community indicates that we must continue fighting for human rights and the right to live in democracy and with justice.
Movement for Nicaragua and Let’s do Democracy presents a proposal “Exit route to the political crisis that the country is living in”, in which it proposes that the people be consulted through a plebiscite, whether or not the presidential couple continues in power.
Bishops hold a meeting with the UN mission in Nicaragua to discuss mechanisms to stop the repression and violence in the country.
Francisco Palmieri, Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs of the United States, reports that the State Department of his country revoked visas for Nicaraguan officials implicated in the violation of human rights.
The Technical Coordination of the Verification and Security Commission of the National Dialogue, at the request of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN), will travel to Jinotepe, Carazo to intercede for foreign transporters stranded in the area.
Carlos Alvarado, President of Costa Rica, asks that the Nicaraguan crisis be discussed at the Presidents Summit of Central American Integration System (SICA).
Jorge Valero, Venezuela’s ambassador to the Human Rights Council of the United Nations, denounces political and media campaign to destabilize the Sandinista Revolution in Nicaragua.
The journalist Andrés Oppenheimer says that “the Ortega regime and his thugs dressed in civilian clothes, supported by the police, are responsible for the bloodbath in Nicaragua.”