By Circles Robinson
HAVANA TIMES – On the verge of being suspended from the Organization of American States (OAS), the Ortega-Murillo government of Nicaragua decided to one-up the process by pulling out all together from the hemispheric organization.
Last week 25 of the 34 OAS member states passed a resolution condemning the fraudulent self-reelection of Ortega and Murillo on November 7th. They called for a revision by the end of November of Nicaragua’s compliance with the Democratic Charter of the OAS, with an eye towards the possible suspension of the Central American country for the flagrant human rights violations and bogus elections.
Foreign Minister Denis Moncada announced at a press conference before the regime’s State and family media that this Friday the Government of Nicaragua sent a letter to the General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OAS) to announce the separation process with the regional body.
Moncada stressed that in the communication sent directly to the Secretary General of the OAS, Luis Almagro, he emphasized that Nicaragua’s decision was due to the constant “interference” of the regional body, due to the resolutions referring to the crisis in Nicaragua. Those resolutions condemned the outrages and abuses of the Ortega regime.