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The Pan-American entity “deeply” regretted Nicaragua’s departure, however reminded it that this doesn’t stop it from fulfilling its obligations.

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Cuban President Miguel Daz-Canel, proper, with Nicaraguan President Daniel OrtegaRamon EspinosaAP
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The dictatorship of Daniel Ortega has made efficient his withdrawal from the Organization of American States (OAS) two years after the denunciation of the inter-American letter. In these days, the fraudulent presidential elections befell, received by the Sandinista chief after imprisoning seven opposition candidates and imposing false rivals tailor-made to him.

“We are withdrawing definitively, now We are not members of that infamous body called OAS, interventionist organization of the decadent unipolar and hegemonic government of the USA. The OAS remains the Colonial Ministry designed and organized by North American power to cover up its aggressive actions,” mentioned the Foreign Minister, headed by Minister Denis Moncada.

The Pan-American entity “deeply” regretted the departure of Nicaragua, however I reminded him that this doesn’t cease him from fulfilling his obligations. Seven months in the past, the OAS places of work in Managua They have been forcibly occupied and expropriated by the regime.

Since the favored insurrection of 2018 was repressed with blood and hearth by the Sandinista revolution, the OAS censures in opposition to the Managua regime have continued, which in flip has strengthened its ties with its “sisters” Cuba y Venezuela, along with with Russia y China.

“This decision does not exonerate her from her human rights obligations. The human rights system continues to have jurisdiction to judge the very serious violations committed by the Ortega regime until yesterday,” he recalled. Juanita Goebertus, director for the Americas of Human Rights Watch (HRW). Currently, and regardless of the exile of greater than 200 political prisoners, the dictatorship holds near 100 political prisoners in jail. Among them stands out the insurgent bishop Rolando lvarez, who has refused to depart his nation on as much as three events.

The United States doesn’t ponder enjoyable its stress on Managua regardless of its departure from the OAS, which places it on a par with Cuba, which was expelled from the group in 1962. “Political, economic and individual pressure tools are on the table. We consider the possibility of expanding them.” “, forward Francisco Mora, ambassador of Washington before the OAS, who insisted that Ortega “is just not excited about speaking about democracy.”

The third dictatorship in the region, Venezuela, left the organization in 2019 after it did not recognize the fraudulent swearing-in of Nicols Maduro and accepted the ambassador sent by the presidency in charge of Juan Guaid.