The United Kingdom, through its embassy, has expressed concern about the revocation of the legal status of the ‘Citizens for Freedom’ party by SEC judges, most of whom are linked to the Daniel Ortega regime.
Last Friday, the Supreme Central Council of the Order suspended the legal status of CxL, after the head of the Liberal Constitutional Party, MP Maria Heidi Osuna, requested it, arguing that Kitty Monterrey, the head of the said political group, has dual citizenship. . The judges also revoked the Nicaraguan identity card of Carmela Maria Rogers Amborne, known as Kitty Monterrey.
“The United Kingdom is concerned about the continued deterioration of democracy in Nicaragua with the exclusion of CxLibertad. We urge the government to respect the rights of the opposition and to give guarantees for a free electoral process,” the British government notes via the embassy’s Twitter account published this Saturday.
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Expresses its concern about the continuing deterioration of democracy in Nicaragua with disqualification Tweet embed We urge the government to respect the rights of the opposition and to ensure a free electoral process.
The United Kingdom in Nicaragua 🇬🇧 (ukinnicaragua) August 7, 2021
The diplomatic headquarters of the United Kingdom of Nicaragua is located in San Jose, Costa Rica.
Sanctions against system administrators
On April 26, the UK government sanctioned José Francisco López Centeno, vice-president of the state company Alba de Nicaragua (Albanisa), for “transferring public funds”.
The British government has indicated that Lopez has been involved in “embezzlement” cases. “During his leadership, public funds were diverted to shell companies or bloated projects,” the British government said.
Also, on 4 May 2020, the United Kingdom, through the Treasury Department’s Office of Financial Sanctions Enforcement, ordered the assets and assets of the Director of Police, Francisco Diaz, to be frozen; Deputy Director, Ramon Avellan; Commissioners General Luis Perez Olivas and Justo Pasteur Urbina; Former Health Minister Sonia Castro and Nestor Moncada Lau, Ortega’s security advisor.
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On Saturday, the US government said, through the US Secretary of State, Anthony J. opponents. Political analysts have warned that if Ortega conducts the elections on his terms, a large number of countries in the world will not be able to recognize him.