Government of Brazil summons the ambassador of Nicaragua in their country to explain the death of one of their citizens by paramilitary groups.

Sergio Ramírez, affirms that the “defense of the repression in Nicaragua that has made the Forum of Sao Paulo is empty rhetoric and contrary to the left humanist spirit”.

Universidad de Alcalá, España expresses its support to all Nicaraguans who suffer from the crisis and resumes the call of the international community to stop the violence and the return of peace.

The Madrid City Council plenary condemns violence and repression in Nicaragua.

The International Organization of Employers (OIE) is concerned about the deterioration of human rights in Nicaragua and reiterates its support for Cosep.

At least 26 young people who were entrenched in at the UNAN report harassment and death threats against them to human rights organizations.

The Bishops of the Episcopal Conference of Nicaragua (CEN) leave the continuity of the dialogue in Ortega’s hands.

Marcos Carmona, executive secretary of the CPDH, denounces death threats against him by government supporters.

The United States Congress unanimously approves the bipartisan resolution H. Res. 981, which condemns the Government of Nicaragua for murders, persecution and violence against the population.

Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy calls for various activities to commemorate the 100 days of repression in the country.

National Police detains five citizens of Jinotega and accuses them of terrorism for maintaining barricades in that city.

The Institute of Legal Medicine dictates that the Brazilian student was killed by shots in the thorax and abdomen but does not specify the number of shots or the type of weapon used in the crime.

Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen asks the international community to support the people of Nicaragua and asks the Senate of her country to approve the Nica Act.

Bank of Production (Banpro) denounces that three trucks with hooded armed invaded their facilities, projected a video and took shots of the corporate building.

Spanish Confederation of Business Organizations (CEOE) rejects the violation of human rights and signs the declaration of the International Organization of Employers (OIE) in which the Government is asked to take measures to end invasions of private sector lands.

IACHR grants precautionary measures to Christian Fajardo, leader of the April 19 Movement Masaya, arrested while trying to leave the country.

The Broad Front for Democracy (FAD) reports the illegal detention of opposition deputy Nardo Sequeira.

The sociologist and economist Óscar René Vargas denounces that there is a warrant for his arrest.

Families of detainees carry out stand ups in Matagalpa for their release.

The parishioners and clergy of the Santiago Apostle of Jinotepe church hold a mass of reparation for the acts of desecration that took place on July 9th.

Villagers of Mulukukú who participated in marches and barricades flee for fear of being captured by paramilitary groups.

Archdiocese of Managua sends a letter to the Archbishop of Panama to announce that due to the crisis they will not be able to function as the headquarters of the pilgrims attending the World Youth Day in 2019.

Ortega’s regime remains firm despite international pressure. “However, his final victory is far from certain and, as such, he will continue to seek a negotiated solution to the political crisis.”