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Regime will build “House of Sovereignty” in a building that it expropriated from the OAS

The regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo announced this August 18 that it will build the Center for Development Studies, “Father Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann House of Sovereignty,” in the building that it expropriated, last April, from the Organization of American States (OAS).

In a statement, the Ortega regime reported that “as part of the indispensable and daily relaunch of our doctrine and practices of national sovereignty,” through the Attorney General’s Office, “it is providing the Center for Development Studies, House of the Sovereignty, which bears the name of the chancellor of dignity, Father Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann”.

The Study Center will be owned by the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua), through Ramona Rodríguez, rector and president of the National Council of Universities (CNU), the regime specified.

“This important and transcendental center for the study and documentation of our doctrine and practices of national sovereignty will function where the headquarters of the nefarious ministry of colonies was located, a den of machinations and actions against dignity and treason against the homelands,” he pointed out.

“That vile dependency of the State Department of North American imperialism, known as the OAS, destined to justify invasions, occupations, coups and permanent attacks against our sovereignties, was expelled from our blessed and always free Nicaragua on April 24, 2022”, he added.

The property where the OAS offices were located, located in Las Colinas, Managua, has been occupied by the Police since April 24, when the Ortega regime announced the expulsion of the OAS delegation. The building used by the agency for its offices in Managua, before being confiscated, belonged to the sisters Luz Marina and María Auxiliadora Navarrete Guevara, who have not publicly referred to the issue.

On April 26, two days after the police occupation of the organization’s building, the Sandinista Front spokeswoman and vice president, Rosario Murillo, announced that they would build the “Museum of Infamy”. However, this August 18, the deputy president reported the inauguration of the “House of Sovereignty.”

“We are going to be inaugurating, from the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua, handing over to the university authorities precisely, the headquarters of the Center for the Study of Development, House of Sovereignty (…), a building that has a value that is symbolic, that represents the dignity of our people (…). We are going to schedule the date and it has to be in the context of our national holidays,” Murillo said.

According to the regime, the study center will open its doors to academics, intellectuals, scholars and students “to permanently honor the defenders of our independence, self-determination, dignity and national sovereignty.”

OAS condemned Ortega occupation

ANDhe Permanent Council of the Organization of American States (OAS), on May 13, unanimously condemned the closure and confiscation of its offices in Nicaragua, approving a resolution in which they demanded the restitution of the Nicaraguan State.

Foreign Minister Denis Moncada Colindres, before occupying the building, ratified the “invariable decision” of the Ortega regime to leave the OAS, a measure that was adopted on November 19, 2021, seven days after the members of the organization approved a resolution condemning Nicaragua for the results of the general votes, in which the Ortega regime was re-elected without political competition for a fourth consecutive term, which they considered “were not free, fair or transparent and do not have democratic legitimacy.”

Nicaragua’s withdrawal from the OAS will be official and effective until November 2023, since the process lasts two years. During that period, the Nicaraguan State must comply with all its political and financial obligations with that organization.

With information from EFE



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