The Nicaraguan government of President Daniel Ortega has canceled the registrations of 58 other NGOs for being in abandonment and having between 2 and 27 years of non-compliance in accordance with the laws that regulate them, it was reported in Managua.
Nicaraguan leader Daniel Ortega Wednesday dubbed Chilean President Gabriel Boric Font a lapdog of the US administration and insisted it had become fashionable to request the release of political prisoners in his country.
New figures from US Customs and Border Protection (CBP), indicate that 2.15 million migrants were detained at the US/Mexico border over the past year, a 24% increase, but with a drastic change in the origin of the new migrants, since the fastest growing number are from Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua.
Chilean President Gabriel Boric Font Tuesday told the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York that his country would have a new Constitution “shortly” after the Sept. 7 attempt to get a progressive text approved through a referendum failed to get past the vote of the citizenry.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has exposed in a document released Tuesday Nicaragua's disregard for civil liberties nationwide.
The Nicaraguan regime of Daniel Ortega has been criticized Wednesday by human rights organizations after pictures of the country's political prisoners were released.
The ongoing conflict between the Nicaraguan government and Church was mentioned on Sunday by Pope Francis but certainly not with the commitment expected by Catholics both in the Central American country and his faithful in the region. The Catholic church in Nicaragua has been under increasing pressure from the government of ruling couple, president Daniel Ortega and vice-president Rosario Murillo, the latest of which has been the arrest of a much respected loved bishop and several priests.
Nicaraguan police Friday raided the home of the Catholic Bishop Matagalpa, Rolando Alvarez, who has been under house arrest for the past two weeks for being overly critical of President Daniel Ortega, whose regime he was accused of trying to destabilize.
Nicaragua's regime has reportedly greenlighted the entry of Russian forces into the Central American country, according to a Russian state TV broadcast. It is time for Russia to deploy something powerful closer to US cities, host Olga Skabeeva was quoted as saying.
Human rights organizations have raised their concerns over the current situation in El Salvador, where the demise of rule of law is becoming the new norm.