Justice and freedom are the topics that focus this Wednesday the last session of negotiations to overcome the crisis in Nicaragua, according to a deadline set by the Government and the opposition Civic Alliance for Justice and Democracy.
The representative of the Alliance, Juan Sebastián Chamorro, said that during the day they will discuss a proposal on justice presented by the Government, as well as the final list of "political prisoners" that would be released by the Executive.
Before the start of the negotiations, Chamorro criticized the government's proposal on justice, which he considered "shameful, without content."
"We seek justice for the families of the victims and really what we received from the Government was a mockery," Chamorro said without giving further details of it.
The representative of the Alliance affirmed that there is progress in the issue of the release of "political prisoners", because the Committee of the International Red Cross is already reconciling the lists of both parties, which range between about 800 and 340 .
However, he reiterated his skepticism about the Government's willingness to fulfill the commitment to release everyone within 90 days from March 20.
The Alliance will also insist on the inclusion of international guarantors, in this case the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (UNHCHR), to ensure that the Government fulfills its commitments, However, until now no agreement has been reached on the subject.
Negotiations between the government and the opposition began on February 27, replacing the national dialogue that President Daniel Ortega left unilaterally last July.
These negotiations had an original deadline of March 28, but this was extended until April 3.
Although last Friday the parties agreed to respect the Nicaraguan Constitution regarding the human rights of freedom of demonstration, assembly, mobilization and press, the Government attacked a group of demonstrators and journalists a day later, with the balance of several detainees and wounded by bullets.
The crisis suffered by Nicaragua has left 325 dead since April 2018, according to the IACHR, although some groups raise to 561 the fatalities, while the Executive only recognizes 199 and denounces an attempted coup.
The IACHR has held the Government of Nicaragua responsible for crimes against humanity.
The Organization of American States (OAS) is in the process of implementing the Inter-American Democratic Charter, by breaking the constitutional order, which if executed would suspend Nicaragua from the continental body.