These are the most important news of May 13, 2024

These are the most important news of May 13, 2024

The tragedies that occurred while seeking to achieve the American dream continue to hit Nicaraguan families. After two years of having lost his life, drowning in the Rio Grande, the remains of Francisco Téllez were finally repatriated, while the disappearance of the young Judith Lazo Rodríguezdied in Mexico during the journey to the US and also in Kansas City the gunshot murder of Néstor José Rivera is reported.

The humanitarian organization that helps migrants, Community of Nicaraguans in Texas (TNC) reported through its social networks that, after 2 years and 3 months of having drowned in the Rio Grande, and after nine months After insistent efforts, the remains of Francisco Javier Téllez were finally repatriated to Nicaragua, arriving in the country this Monday, May 17, on an Avianca airline flight.

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According to data shared by TNC, the compatriot lost his life when trying to cross to US soil through the Rio Grande, on February 17, 2022.

The body was located on a field trip to the border area, by a TNC work team, at the Webb County morgue, in Laredo, Texas.

The other tragedy is the one that occurred with the young Judith Lazo Rodríguez, 23 years old, and originally from the municipality of El Ayote, in Chontales, who, according to information handled by TNC, died two months ago when she was hiding in a warehouse, along with to other migrants, in the custody of the coyotes who transported them to the United States.

The third tragedy in recent days involves the Nicaraguan migrant Néstor José Rivera, 29, who, according to reports known to TNC from Kansas City, was shot dead on May 11 at night, in a Hispanic neighborhood of that city ​​in the state of Missouri, United States.

The dictatorship of Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo, isolated from the international community, continues to strengthen its diplomatic relations with countries far from the Latin American region. The Sandinista government appointed Tatiana Daniela García Silva as the new ambassador of Nicaragua to Turkmenistan, a country located in Central Asia.

Through her afternoon speech in the official media, the vice dictator and spokesperson for the Ortega regime announced that García “will be presenting her credentials next week.”

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Murillo also sent his “greetings” and “recognition” to the Turkmen people and government, especially to his Minister of Foreign Affairs, Rashid Meredovand to the president Serdar Berdimuhamedow.

With the delivery of this new consulate, García Silva is being placed in the “select” group of “super ambassadors” of the Sandinista dictatorship. Before Turkmenistan, García Silva had been appointed as ambassador in Egypt and Türkiye, two diplomatic legations that Ortega stripped from Mohamed Farrara Lashtar, a citizen of Libyan origin and nephew of the disappeared dictator of that country, Muammar Gaddafi, in what seemed to be an attempt of Ortega for getting rid of the burden inherited by Gaddafi, his international benefactor in the 90s, when Ortega was in the opposition and did not work either.

The Ortega-Murillo dictatorship did everything possible to cause the exile of Miss Universe Sheynnis Palacios and her family, because they have “irrational hatred and fear” of everything they cannot control and, furthermore, as revenge because they did not manage to make the Nicaraguan model pay them reverence as all her fans do, and rather earned a lot of sympathy among the population, analyzed human rights defenders consulted by Article 66.

For Danny Ramírez-Ayérdiz, executive secretary of the Inter-American Legal Assistance Center for Human Rights (CALIDH), the forced exile that the Nicaraguan Miss Universe had to assume is the result of a form of repression perpetrated by the dictatorship that reveals the “irrational” hatred, mainly from the vice-dictator Rosario Murillo, did what they cannot control.

This Sunday, May 12, the owner of the Miss Universe franchise, the Thai Anne Jakrajutatipreported, through its official accounts on social networks, that the family of the current Miss Universe left Nicaragua, and that the queen of universal beauty will not be able to return to the country “indefinitely”, that is, Palacios will She thus becomes the first Miss Universe in the history of that pageant, who after being crowned, is prevented from returning to her country.

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