Government eliminates the legal status of the association Casa Ave María

Government eliminates the legal status of the association Casa Ave María

Through ministerial agreement 92-2023-OSFL, published in La Gaceta, the Ministry of the Interior (Migob) canceled the legal personality of the Ave Maria House Associationarguing that the agency allegedly breached the Law.

The state institution indicated that Casa Ave María is “in breach of its obligations under the Law, board of directors expired since March 9, 2022 and they did not report financial statements for the fiscal periods 2019, 2020, 2021 and 2022, with the breakdown of income, expenses, details of donations, violating what is established in the Law ».

The Interior also accused the association of hindering the control and surveillance of the General Directorate of Registration and Control of Non-Profit Organizations (OSFL) and of not promoting transparency policies in the administration of funds.

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Likewise, he stressed not knowing if Casa Ave María executes the projects and if these were aligned with the objectives and purposes with which they registered as an NPO.

Migob cancels the legal personality of the Casa Ave María Association.

The state institution also reported that the movable and immovable property will correspond to the Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) to carry out the transfer of these to the name of the State of Nicaragua.

According to your LinkedIn profilethe Casa Ave María association is a non-profit Non-Governmental Organization (NGO), of indefinite duration, ecumenical, humanitarian, voluntary and non-political, committed to a life of Christian humility sharing efforts with those who have the greatest needs.

«Casa Ave María has supported and accompanied the families of the beneficiaries and their communities, and it is presumed that with the attention received by its beneficiaries at different times, in workshops and training seminars, in health days, they have achieved overcome problems caused by existing social risks in the community”, reads its description.

The organization had more than 30 years of working in Nicaragua. They obtained their legal status on April 9, 1990 and was published in La Gaceta 142 of July 25, 1990.

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