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These are the most important news of July 6, 2023

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After the freezing of the bank accounts of the Catholic Church, a school of a religious order in Managua notified parents that as of this Thursday, July 6, “we will no longer be accepting payments through (the) way (de) transfer or card deposit”. The study center stressed that they will only accept “cash payments”.

In a brief notification, the Catholic center explained that they expect “the support and understanding” of the parents before this measure, without delving into whether the causes of the impediment are related to the persecution of the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo against the priests and leaders of the Catholic Church.

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On May 26, the Ortega government ordered the freezing of the bank accounts of all the parishes, alleging alleged indications of «criminal movements in the coffers of the catholic dioceses».

Maritime businessman Milton Arcia denounced that the Daniel Ortega regime, through the Police and the Nicaraguan Port Company, evicted him from his offices, located on the Island of Ometepe.

The businessman Milton Arcia confirmed the dismantling of his offices
The businessman Milton Arcia confirmed the dismantling of his offices

Speaking to Article 66the former presidential candidate, for the collaborationist Liberal Constitutionalist Party (PLC), confirmed this new action against him.

“The entire port is taken over by Police and Port agents. They came with machines to tear up offices and warehouses,” explained Arcia concisely, who assured that he will proceed to defend himself “by legal means.”

He added that the port has an investment of more eight million dollarsHowever, he did not specify what arguments the police authorities gave him to take over his facilities.

A religious source that follows the case of Monsignor Rolando Álvarez in secrecy and prudence sees how «a monumental defeat» the efforts of the dictator Daniel Ortega to escape world scorn for condemning the bishop.

Far from «be strong and victorious» as the dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo is usually declared, after committing all kinds of barbarism against their opponents, the permanence in the prison of Monsignor Rolando Alvarez is considered by a Nicaraguan priest as «a moral defeat of the tyrants».

The Third Sentencing Court of San Salvador handed down a six-year prison sentence against the former president of that country Mauricio Funes for evading taxes during the 2014 fiscal period.

Related news: Mauricio Funes, protected and nationalized by Ortega, is sentenced to six years in prison in El Salvador

Funes, a protégé and ally of the Daniel Ortega dictatorship, was accused by the Prosecutor’s Office of not having declared an income of $271,857.49 during his last presidential year. This omission resulted in the evasion of the payment of $85,157.25 in taxes.

The former president was convicted of “the crime of tax evasion in the form of evasion”, and although the Public Ministry had requested the maximum sentence of eight years, the court ruled that he was sentenced to six years in prison.

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