The Prosecutor’s Office, at the service of the Nicaraguan regime, accused Dr. Anely Dolores Perez Molina, 47 years old, 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.
A lawyer consulted by Article 66 He explained that the causes that are published in the Nicarao System must be visible, “especially for those who have their own interest.”
“In the Nicarao System, you should specify the alleged crime of which Dr. Anely Pérez is accused as in all other cases, because in Nicaragua there are no classes or differences between citizens because the Political Constitution says that we are all equal before the law and that we have rights to defense,” said the jurist on condition of anonymity.
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For her part, human rights defender Yonarqui Martínez called the actions of the Judiciary, the National Police and the Public Prosecutor’s Office “accomplices of this reprehensible act (…)” as injustice and crime.
“The arrests of opponents have continued, unfortunately this time the doctors are victims. A prestigious professional is deprived of her freedom for no reason, violating her home, “Martínez highlighted.
The dermatologist served as secretary of the Nicaraguan Medical Unit (UNM), an organization belonging to the Civic Alliance, in which she denounced the mishandling of the covid-19 pandemic by the Ortega-Murillo regime, through the Ministry of Health ( Minsa).
Until now, the details of the specialist’s capture are unknown, however, some neighbors on the South highway, the sector where the doctor resides, reported to 100% News the moment in which the Police took her into custody.
On February 9, the Ortega regime exiled 222 political prisoners, stripping them of their Nicaraguan nationality; however, it left more than 30 opponents in the different jails of the country, a number that is increasing every time because the dictatorship does not cease its siege and repression.