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Nicaragua announces withdrawal from OAS | International | News

Nicaragua is leaving the OAS after President Daniel Ortega was disqualified from winning the election for the fifth time.

The Nicaraguan government on Friday condemned the Organization of American States (OAS) charter and announced its withdrawal from the organization after disqualifying the November 7 general election, in which President Daniel Ortega won for the fifth time.

Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncata Nicaragua’s Secretary of State Denis Moncata has said, “We are leaving the United States. மனகுவா ..

On the instructions of President Ortega, Moncata said today it had sent a message to OAS Secretary-General Luis Almagro in which they denounced the charter of that continental organization. With that, he affirmed, “we separate ourselves from the OAS.”

“According to Article 67 of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Agreements, Nicaragua is beginning to make a firm withdrawal and resignation from this organization, in accordance with Article 143 of our unwavering decision to condemn the OAS Charter,” Foreign Minister Moncada explained in the letter.

Nicaragua: OAS is a tool of the United States.

In the document, Managua accused the OAS states of sovereign equality, of not interfering in internal affairs and of imposing unilateral, illegal and coercive measures, of irresponsible neglect and of failing to comply with its own charter. .

“The OAS is designed as a diplomatic political forum, born out of US influence as an instrument of intervention and intervention, and its action against Nicaragua shows that its organization, which operates permanently in Washington, has its purpose. .

As for Nicaragua, it is “unacceptable, we reject it, we condemn it,” Moncata continued.

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He recalled that his country had repeatedly condemned and rejected OAS ‘”intervention” and that Nicaragua did not recognize itself as a colony of any power. “We demand national dignity and adornment in a fair defense of our freedom, sovereignty and right to self-determination,” he said.

“Nicaragua’s deserving people and government have renounced being part of this captive organization in Washington and have become the creators of disruptions and dissent that harm Latin American and Caribbean people in favor of North American interests,” he added.

They are asking for an end to international repercussions

The note explained that “our unwavering statement and decision to condemn the OAS Charter will halt its harmful international repercussions against Nicaragua.”

For this reason, he called on Almacro to contact member states immediately to “condemn Nicaragua and resign in the face of irreversible, decent and patriotic resignation of that organization, friendly, and aggressive actions of the United States and the Secretary-General of the United States.”

Nicaragua argued that it had made its decision on the basis of its constitution, and at the request of three other powers of the state: the legislature, the judiciary and the electorate, urged Ordega to condemn the OAS charter after it rejected the legitimacy of the recent elections.

Nicaragua’s decision comes after the 51st General Assembly of the OAS passed a resolution last Friday declaring that general elections, which would ensure permanence in Ortega’s power, were “not free, fair or transparent, and not democratically legitimate.”

It is noteworthy that in the presidential and assembly elections held on the 7th, there were seven potential candidates for the presidency of the opposition, who were imprisoned on the charge of “treason” before the vote, and the favorite Christiana Zamoro, the favorite in the polls.

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As well as a series of laws restricting the elimination of the three opposition parties, the abolition of election monitoring, discrepancies in the level of participation and participation in the process.

Ortega, 76, who returned to power in 2007, was re-elected vice president with his wife, Rosario Murillo, for the fifth, fifth and fourth time in a row, failing to gain the support of a majority in those elections. International Community.

With the exception of the OAS, the European Union and a section of the rest of the international community rejected the Nicaraguan elections.

In contrast, countries congratulating Ortega on its re-election include Bolivia, North Korea, Cuba, Iran, Palestine, Russia, Syria, Venezuela and Vietnam. (I)