The Nicaraguan Police raided and forcibly took the NGO Information Center of Health Advisory (CISA), founded by the Nicaraguan-Costa Rican activist Ana Quirós, expelled to Costa Rica on November 26.
That NGO reported that agents of the Directorate of Special Operations (DOE) of the National Police arrived last night on board vans and minibuses, expelled the guards and "took possession" of the Cisas offices.
The Nicaraguan Parliament, controlled by the Sandinistas, stripped Cisas of the legality for allegedly "having seriously breached its legal obligations" and its statutes, as well as having "denatured its legal personality", "disturbing public order", "destabilizing the country "and" affect citizen security ".
Police have raided the headquarters of seven NGOs and a media group in the past two days.
The Government of Nicaragua reported on Friday that the assets seized from the nine NGOs to which the National Assembly canceled their legal status go to the State administration for the creation of the Comprehensive Attention and Reparation Fund for the Victims of Terrorism.
The bodies that the Nicaraguan Parliament stripped of its legality are Cisas, the Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights (Cenidh), the Institute of Strategic Studies and Public Policies (Ieepp), the Institute for the Development of Democracy (Ipade) and Let's make Democracy.
Also to the NGO Segovias Leadership Institute (ILS), Fundación del Río, the Communication Research Center (Cinco) and the Popol Na Foundation.
"This cancellation was due to the fact that these bodies failed to comply with the legal requirements for their operation, and that they violated the nature of their functions by actively participating during the failed coup attempt", as the Executive refers to anti-government demonstrations , said the Ministry of the Interior.
He pointed to those agencies to promote "terrorism, hate crimes, and encouraging and celebrating the destruction of public and private property, housing, business, and assault on the human dignity of thousands of people and families."
He also accused these NGOs of managing and channeling, until their closure, funds and resources available "to commit all those very serious violations and alterations to human rights, to public order, and violating the right to security and life of the people. and families in Nicaragua. "
Nicaragua is experiencing a social and political crisis that has generated protests against the Ortega government and a balance of between 325 and 545 deaths, according to local and foreign human rights organizations, while the Executive figure in 199 deaths.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights and the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights have held the Government responsible for "more than 300 deaths," as well as extrajudicial executions, torture and other abuses against demonstrators and opponents.
Ortega has denied the accusations and has assured that it is an attempt of "coup d'état".
The demonstrations against Ortega and his wife, Vice President Rosario Murillo, began on April 18 due to failed social security reforms and became a requirement for the president to resign.