Ortega regime banishes Dr. Anely Pérez and her family

Ortega regime banishes Dr. Anely Pérez and her family

The regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo released and exiled the doctor Anely Dolores Perez Molina47, after arbitrarily detaining her since Thursday, March 23.

The news was confirmed to Article 66 by the student leader and former politician Max Jerez, who assured that the dermatology specialist was expelled from the country on the afternoon of this Saturday, March 25, along with other members of her family.

“The flight in which Dr. Anely -Pérez- was sent arrived this afternoon in Miami,” said the representative of the Nicaraguan University Alliance (AUN).

For Jerez, the action of the Orteguita dictatorship “continues to be arbitrary because it continues to violate a human right, such as the right to nationality and to belong to one’s own country; although we are glad to know that the doctor is now safe in the midst of all these human rights violations.

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For his part, the opposition and exiled politician Lesther Alemán expressed through his Twitter account “that in the midst of injustice, it is relieving to know that —Dr. Pérez Molina— is out of a cell.”

The Prosecutor’s Office, at the service of the Government of Nicaragua, would have accused the member of the Nicaraguan Medical Unit. The accusation was presented at two in the afternoon on Friday, March 24, one day after the arbitrary detention.

The complaint with case number 005076-ORM4-2023-PN and consisting of three original pages and a copy, was presented by prosecutor Jorge Luis Arias Jarquín, in the Tenth Criminal Court of Managua, in charge of The judge Gloria Maria Saavedra Corrales.

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As has happened with other cases of political prisoners, the Nicaraguan justice does not specify the alleged crime of which Pérez Molina is being accused, it only states that the victim is the State of Nicaragua and Nicaraguan society.

The case of Dr. Pérez Molina is the first known to have been exiled with other members of her family, thus adding to the list of stateless persons that would reach 318. According to a source, this repressive measure will surely be accompanied by the dispossession of the opponent’s assets.

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