We will not be part of an evil structure called the Organization of American States
– says Foreign Minister Denis Moncada, who also indicated that the authorities closed all the offices of the organization in Nicaragua.
It is no longer the government of a Latin American country November 7 elections He announced his intention to resign after that, but his membership did not officially expire until 2023. Although the statutes of the organization allow all member states to leave, the process lasts for two years, during which time the state still has to fulfill its obligations within the organization.
The OAS In a statement protesting the closure of its offices, describing it as a flagrant violation of international procedures.
Daniel Ortega, who has been in power since 2007 and ruled the country from 1979 to 1990, was re-elected on November 7 for a fourth consecutive term.
The elections were heavily criticized by the international community for being president He wasn’t a serious competitor. Because
Seven potential candidates in the six months prior to the elections arrested.
The OAS General Assembly stated on November 12 that Nicaragua’s elections “were not free, fair and transparent, and were not a legitimate democracy.” The organization thus paved the way for a possible suspension of Nicaragua’s membership.
The Venezuelan government welcomed the announcement of the withdrawal, and in a statement about it, described the Organization of American States as a “tool of American imperialism,” MTI wrote.
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