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Nicaragua announced this Friday that it had “severed ties” with the Organization of the United Nations (OAS), accusing it of acting contrary to its policies.
Nicaragua Foreign Minister, Denise MoncotaHe said his country was taking an “unshakable decision” to implement Article 143 of the OAS Charter.
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Government decision Daniel Ortega Two weeks after the controversial presidential election in Nicaragua, the president was re-elected with 75% of the vote, with most opposition parties imprisoned or deported.
A few days ago, the OAS General Assembly approved a resolution condemning the election.They are not free, fair or transparent And they have no democratic legitimacy.
The Nicaraguan government has denied the allegations.
“The undeniable result”
Foreign Minister Denis Moncata signed the letter to OAS Secretary-General Luis Almagro this Friday.
“I write to officially notify you of our unwavering decision to condemn the OAS letter, in accordance with Section 143 of Nicaragua’s firm departure and resignation from this organization,” the document states.
He also accused the states of irresponsibly neglecting and violating its own charter for equality, non-interference in internal affairs and non-imposition of unilateral, illegal and coercive measures.
Governments Venezuela (Who managed to resign from OAS in 2017) and Cuba (Suspended from the body) supported the decision of Nicaragua.
“Nicaragua’s exit from the OAS is legal and necessary to protect its sovereignty and right to self – determination.
Cuban Foreign Minister Bruno Rodriguez said: “We support Nicaragua’s decision to withdraw from the OAS.
On the other hand, according to Latin American and Caribbean leader Juan Gonzalez at the White House, the United States has said it hopes Nicaragua will one day return to the “inter-American community” and to the OAS.
“We saw Nicaragua’s rapid decline towards dictatorship. The election was rigged, and there is no way to deny it,” Gonzalez told EFE.
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