A dramatic call to break the silence and end the cruel prison conditions imposed by the regime of Daniel Ortega
The jailed citizens haven’t been charged or presented before a judge, nor have they been allowed any communication with their lawyers or families.
Brazil runs the risk that the results of the elections will not be respected and that an unusual climate of authoritarianism will be established
Ortega’s order “disrupts daily life,” says expatriated sociologist Maria Teresa Blandon. HRW: “Nicaragua is not Ortega’s private property.”
“People don’t come to work, they leave the country without quitting, because you never know what could happen to you,” declares public employee
In July, the regime had already denied entry to the now former rector of the UCA, Jesuit priest Jose Alberto Idiaquez Guevara
The Government verbally notified the diplomat of her non grata status, for alleged “interference with national sovereignty”
Nicaraguan Foreign Minister tells the General Assembly of the United Nations, that in Nicaragua “there is peace” and repeats anti-colonialist discourse