This Tuesday (7th), the Brazilian government is expected to pay attention to the political scenario in Nicaragua.
The intervention is expected within the framework of the Human Rights Council of the United Nations (UN).
According to sources in Brazilian diplomacy, the federal government should point out that it follows the political scene in the Latin American country.
And it must offer to act as a kind of mediator to ensure respect for democracy.
The intervention takes place after the PT administration was criticized by opposition parliamentarians about Brazil’s silence on the political scene in Nicaragua.
Last week, the government of President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT) remained silent on the authoritarian and violent actions of President Daniel Ortega.
According to a group of UN experts, the Nicaraguan government has committed systematic violations of human rights, which constitute “crimes against humanity”.
In power since 2007, Ortega had seven of his opponents arrested before the population went to the polls, eliminating candidates who could threaten his victory.
Source: CNN Brasil
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