The Nicaraguan Development Institute (Inde) reported in a statement that the cancellation of its legal personality as an organization, orchestrated by the National Assembly, will not harm “its current legal status”, so it will continue to function “normally”, now as a commercial company. .
“The legislative decree initiative to cancel the legal personality of the Nicaraguan Development Institute, registered in the Ministry of the Interior, does not harm its current status, and therefore, it continues to operate normally,” details the publication of the organization that has served as the social arm of the Superior Council of Private Enterprise (Cosep).
The INDE added that it is no longer an organization supervised by the Ministry of the Interior, and that it is currently registered in the Registry of Chambers, Federations and Confederations supervised by the Ministry of Development, Industry and Commerce (Mific).
“Since 2014, with its perpetual number 778, it ceased to be an association supervised by the Department of Registration and Control of Associations of the Ministry of the Interior,” he clarified.
This Wednesday morning, the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo ordered the cancellation of the legal personality of 96 non-governmental organizations, including INDE. The proposal was presented by the Ortega deputy Filiberto Rodríguez, in charge of championing the “annihilation” of more than 400 NGOs with this new batch.
The Ortega deputy Filiberto Rodríguez, the main promoter of these cancellations, pointed out that the organization has “transgressed and failed to comply with its obligations” before the law, for which it “hinders the control and surveillance” of the General Directorate of Registration and Control of Organisms Non profit. The cancellation proposal was against the business organization and 96 other NGOs.
«The entities Associations/Foundations referred to, have transgressed and failed to comply with their obligations established in the legislation that governs them as Non-Profit Organizations, hindering the control and surveillance of the General Directorate of Registration and Control of Non-Profit Organizations, of the Ministry of the Interior, by not complying with the laws that regulate them, acted against express law”, expresses part of the foundation of the Law initiative.
Inde, has more than 57 years of existence, is made up of businessmen and professionals “who promote innovative and responsible initiatives, to contribute to local and national development.” The organization emphasizes that they will continue with their work as it is registered with the Ministry of Development, Industry and Commerce (Mific).
The regime recently annihilated 83 non-governmental organizations, among which the Enrique Bolaños Foundation and the Nicaraguan Language Association stand out. The dictatorship already exceeds 300 NGOs canceled in the country.
Since May, the Sandinista steamroller has left 177 organizations without legal status. To this figure must be added the cancellation ordered by the Ministry of the Interior of the records and perpetual numbers of six non-profit NGOs from the United States, Costa Rica and Europe.