OAS calls for new emergency session to resolve crisis in Nicaragua

The Permanent Council of American States (OAS) convened a new emergency session this Wednesday, December 8, from a “joint assessment” by the regional body on the crisis in Nicaragua, in which a new plan will be addressed. Resolution indicating non-compliance with the rules of the regime Daniel Ortega and Rosario Murillo are the mandates established in the US-American Constitution.

The draft resolution is promoted by OAS permanent missions in Canada, Antigua and Barbuda, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guyana and the United States. These are called “the results of the Standing Council’s deliberations on the situation in Nicaragua on November 29, 2021, as decided by the Fifty-first regular session of the General Assembly.”

The draft resolution first demonstrates that Nicaragua “does not live up to the promises made in the Inter-American Constitution.” He also reiterated his commitment to the Ortega regime to release all political prisoners and to “accept the top good office work approved by the OAS Permanent Council.”

This task seeks to negotiate an agreement that would lead to the following: “Implementing comprehensive electoral reforms in accordance with the requirements of previous OAS resolutions and compliance with Nicaragua’s obligations under international law; With reliable international monitoring ”.

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The resolution also establishes that the Ortega regime allows the immediate withdrawal of international human rights organizations such as the Inter-American Human Rights Commission and the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights.

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This also gives Secretary-General Luis Almagro We need to urgently request a meeting with the Nicaraguan government to send this decision and get the commitment to accept the top job. Almacro is due to submit a report on these diplomatic efforts to the Permanent Council after December 17.

Ortega rule On November 19 the process of leaving OAS began. They argue that recent decisions by the regional body “undermine the sovereignty and independence of Nicaragua.”

There was collective praise In accordance with the resolution “The situation in Nicaragua” Adopted on November 12 at the 51st General Assembly of the OAS Foreign Ministers.

In the same resolution, the OAS announced – 25 votes in favor, one against, seven abstentions and one abstention – Nicaragua elections on November 7 “They are not free, fair or transparent. They have no democratic legitimacy.”

In this election, President Daniel Ortega Chavez was re-elected for a third consecutive term — the second time his wife, Rosario Murillo, was vice president; In this case, however, the Sandinista leader appeared without political competition, after imprisoning the main opposition candidates and without democratic guarantees.

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