For ongoing information about what is happening, the following links can be used (only in Spanish):

  • "100% Noticias": independent TV station shutdown by the government that continues to stream live on YouTube and Facebook: http://100noticias.com.ni/
  • The two daily newspapers which, in our opinion, have tried to report on the events since the beginning of the protests as comprehensively and objectively as the situation allows: "La Prensa"https://www.laprensa.com.ni/and "El Nuevo Diario"https://www.elnuevodiario.com.ni/
  • Collection of reports, articles and testimonies about the latest developments in Nicaragua including a timeline, which is being updated daily: https://sosnicaraguareporte.com/ 

Communiques


Martin Luther King Institute, UPOLI, Managua
On the third day of the protests, our partner institute, the Martin Luther King Institute at UPOLI, issued an official communiqué in Spanish with a German and an English translation:

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Further Documents

Communique “Frente Amplio por la Democracia (FAD)”

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Communique of former FSLN Supporters

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Preliminary observations of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR)

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European Parliament Resolution on the situation in Nicaragua

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Amnesty International Report 2018. Shoot to Kill. Nicaragua’s strategy to repress protest

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Report by the Office of the United Nations High Commissioned for Human Rights. Human rights violations and abuses in the context of protests in Nicaragua (18 April - 18 August 2018)

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Peace Agenda

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Reportaje La Prensa 

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Upoli en crisis

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Paramilitarismo

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Letter from general Humberto Ortega to his brother, the president Daniel Ortega -Downoad PDF

Foreign Policy Article: Can Nicaraguas Military prevent a civil war? - under the following link