Panama supports resolution on the situation in Nicaragua


This resolution reiterated the principles and mechanisms established in the Charter of the Organization of American States, emphasizing the importance of ending arbitrary restrictions

Panama supports resolution on the situation in Nicaragua

This is the third regional resolution signed by Panama on the situation in Nicaragua. Photo: Unsplash

The Republic of Panama added its favorable vote together with 27 members of the Organization of American States (OAS), for the adoption of a resolution on the situation in Nicaragua that demands that the human rights of the Nicaraguan people be respected and that democratic institutions be reestablished .

This resolution reiterated the principles and mechanisms established in the Charter of the Organization of American States, emphasizing the importance of ending the arbitrary restrictions imposed on voices critical of his administration and requesting the immediate release of all political prisoners.

In addition, the signatory countries expressed their concern that the Government of Nicaragua continues to ignore the efforts of the Member States of the Organization of American States (OAS), so that through the Secretary General, Luis Almagro, the possibility of contributing with the Government to reestablish respect for and defense of democracy and human rights in accordance with the OAS Charters.

They also requested an end to the persecution and intimidation of the independent press, in order to guarantee the exercise of the right to freedom of expression, within the framework of the special session of the Permanent Council convened by the permanent mission of Antigua and Barbuda.

This is the third regional resolution signed by Panama on the situation in Nicaragua.

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