These are the most important news of July 15, 2022

These are the most important news of July 15, 2022

The United States Department of State listed 23 judges and prosecutors of the regime of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo on the list of those sanctioned for having participated in actions that undermine democratic processes or institutions, in significant corruption or obstruction of investigations.

The Joe Biden administration detailed that 10 prosecutors they have exercised prosecutorial discretion to bring trumped-up charges to jail regime opponents in the run-up to the 2021 national elections.

He added that 13 judges they have undermined democratic processes or institutions when they convicted and sentenced pro-democracy leaders in “sham trials” on charges of “undermining national integrity.”

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Relatives of the political scientist Jose Antonio Peraza they presented a spoken portrait of the political prisoner that shows him very thin, pale and aged. Karol Peraza, sister of the expert in electoral systems, denounced that she fears a lot for the life of her relative, indicating that, before his arrest, he weighed 210 pounds, was strong and athletic, however, the digital portrait shows the deterioration in his health, has skin problems and is severely malnourished.

Karol joined the demand of the relatives of almost 30 political prisoners imprisoned in “El Nuevo Chipote” who demand that the regime show the inmates, who, according to complaints, are subjected to cruel and degrading treatment, without adequate food, without medical attention. and subjected to constant interrogations.

After more than 350 days detained by the Daniel Ortega regime, the health of the political commentator Jaime Arellano He looks increasingly deteriorated and in recent weeks he has had severe headaches, nose bleeds and may have had a stroke, according to civil organizations, who in turn expressed concern about the current state of the opponent.

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The opposition leader of Masaya Yubrank Suazo He was found guilty of allegedly undermining national integrity in real competition with the crime of spreading false news. The trial was held “behind closed doors” on July 15 at the Judicial Assistance Directorate, known as “El Nuevo Chipote”, in Managua. The Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (Cenidh) reported that the Prosecutor’s Office requested 10 years in prison against the leader of the Civic Alliance, through a judicial “farce”. The sentence will be read on July 27.

The National Assembly, controlled by the ruling party, ratified the appointment of three proprietary members of the Board of Directors of the Nicaraguan Central Bank, elected by the illegitimate president, Daniel Ortega. The deputies confirmed in the directive to Francisco Quiñónez Murphy, Germán Manolo Miranda and Ricardo Coronel Kautzwhose decree entered into force as of its publication in the official newspaper, La Gaceta, this Friday, and who are already installed in their posts.

Francisco Quiñónez was vice president of the sanctioned Bancorp; Germán Manolo Miranda, who also worked at the penalized bank, was appointed to the Central Bank’s board of directors to replace Sandinista businessman Leonardo Torres; and Ricardo Coronel Kautz replaced Helio Montenegro DĂ­az, despite the fact that Ortega had previously appointed Tirso CeledĂłn, representative of the private sector, to the position.

Sergio Ramirez He is among the winners in different types of detective novels at the thirty-fifth Black Week in GijĂłn, Spain. The jury dedicated a special mention to RamĂ­rez “for his ability to turn the tragic drift of a sister country into high literature” in “Tongolele did not know how to dance.” Among the winners are also the Argentines Nicolás Ferraro and Marcelo Guerrieri, and the Mexican Cristina Rivera.



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