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Lesther Alemán, a prominent Nicaraguan youth leader, is one of more than 30 political opponents, opposition leaders, and...
08/18/2021

Lesther Alemán, a prominent Nicaraguan youth leader, is one of more than 30 political opponents, opposition leaders, and human rights activists jailed by the Ortega-Murillo regime in the past 2 months.

In May 2018, at only 20 years old, he confronted Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega on live television about his violent crackdown on peaceful protesters. “President, we demand that the repression cease immediately. Give up!” Alemán said. He spent months after that in hiding or exile, but returned in 2019 saying that “fear cannot immobilize us.”

Arrested on July 5 on suspicion of violating Ortega’s so-called “sovereignty law,” Alemán has been denied access to a lawyer or his family.

#PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Lesther Alemán, a prominent Nicaraguan youth leader, is one of more than 30 political opponents, opposition leaders, and human rights activists jailed by the Ortega-Murillo regime in the past 2 months.

In May 2018, at only 20 years old, he confronted Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega on live television about his violent crackdown on peaceful protesters. “President, we demand that the repression cease immediately. Give up!” Alemán said. He spent months after that in hiding or exile, but returned in 2019 saying that “fear cannot immobilize us.”

Arrested on July 5 on suspicion of violating Ortega’s so-called “sovereignty law,” Alemán has been denied access to a lawyer or his family.

#PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Hugo Torres Jimenez, a 73-year-old regime critic and ex-Sandinista military leader, was imprisoned in Nicaragua on June ...
08/17/2021

Hugo Torres Jimenez, a 73-year-old regime critic and ex-Sandinista military leader, was imprisoned in Nicaragua on June 13 after speaking out against Ortega and Murillo. Torres advocated peaceful resistance to the regime. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Hugo Torres Jimenez, a 73-year-old regime critic and ex-Sandinista military leader, was imprisoned in Nicaragua on June 13 after speaking out against Ortega and Murillo. Torres advocated peaceful resistance to the regime. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Arturo Cruz Jr. is one of 7 Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidates unjustly arrested by the Ortega-Murillo regime. A pro...
08/16/2021

Arturo Cruz Jr. is one of 7 Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidates unjustly arrested by the Ortega-Murillo regime. A professor and former Ambassador to the United States, he has been held incommunicado since June 5. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Arturo Cruz Jr. is one of 7 Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidates unjustly arrested by the Ortega-Murillo regime. A professor and former Ambassador to the United States, he has been held incommunicado since June 5. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

08/16/2021

Human rights lawyer Amirsalar Davoudi was sentenced to 30 years in prison and 111 lashes for running a Telegram messaging channel in Iran. The U.S. is deeply concerned by the​ Iranian government's harsh sentenc​ing of Davoudi and others such as Javad Alikordi and Mohammed Najafi.

The U.S. calls on the Iranian government to immediately release all ​imprisoned human rights defenders. We continue to stand with Iranians demanding rule of law and respect for human rights. Advocating for human rights is not a crime.

Dora Maria Téllez, a 66-year-old former Sandinista hero, was beaten by Ortega’s police as they raided her home and arres...
08/15/2021

Dora Maria Téllez, a 66-year-old former Sandinista hero, was beaten by Ortega’s police as they raided her home and arrested her June 13. A women’s rights advocate and former health minister, Téllez spoke out against repression and corruption. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Dora Maria Téllez, a 66-year-old former Sandinista hero, was beaten by Ortega’s police as they raided her home and arrested her June 13. A women’s rights advocate and former health minister, Téllez spoke out against repression and corruption. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Journalist Miguel Mendoza’s whereabouts remain unknown after he was taken from his home by Ortega’s police on June 21. M...
08/14/2021

Journalist Miguel Mendoza’s whereabouts remain unknown after he was taken from his home by Ortega’s police on June 21. Mendoza’s arrest is part of the Ortega-Murillo regime’s efforts to crush Nicaragua’s independent press. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Journalist Miguel Mendoza’s whereabouts remain unknown after he was taken from his home by Ortega’s police on June 21. Mendoza’s arrest is part of the Ortega-Murillo regime’s efforts to crush Nicaragua’s independent press. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Suyén Barahona, a prodemocracy leader and president of the UNAMOS political party, was imprisoned on June 13 along with ...
08/13/2021

Suyén Barahona, a prodemocracy leader and president of the UNAMOS political party, was imprisoned on June 13 along with several fellow party members. Barahona has frequently denounced the violence and abuses of the Ortega regime. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Suyén Barahona, a prodemocracy leader and president of the UNAMOS political party, was imprisoned on June 13 along with several fellow party members. Barahona has frequently denounced the violence and abuses of the Ortega regime. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

08/12/2021

On International Youth Day we recognize and celebrate the important role of young people in shaping future democratic societies. Watch below to hear from global democracy champions what democracy means to them. #DemocracyAllies

Prominent newspaper columnist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro was arrested June 25 after telling press he would be willing to run...
08/12/2021

Prominent newspaper columnist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro was arrested June 25 after telling press he would be willing to run for president against Ortega, if nominated by an opposition party.

Ortega and Murillo lash out at any hint of competition. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Prominent newspaper columnist Pedro Joaquín Chamorro was arrested June 25 after telling press he would be willing to run for president against Ortega, if nominated by an opposition party.

Ortega and Murillo lash out at any hint of competition. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

On International YouthDay, the United States celebrates young human rights defenders who inspire us to do right by them,...
08/12/2021

On International YouthDay, the United States celebrates young human rights defenders who inspire us to do right by them, think bigger, & make the future better. From the climate crisis to LGBTQI+ human rights, the work of our youth advances human rights. We applaud you. 🌎🏳️‍🌈

On International YouthDay, the United States celebrates young human rights defenders who inspire us to do right by them, think bigger, & make the future better. From the climate crisis to LGBTQI+ human rights, the work of our youth advances human rights. We applaud you. 🌎🏳️‍🌈

“Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. We have to defend it, fight for it, strengthen it, renew it.” - President Joseph ...
08/11/2021
The Summit for Democracy - United States Department of State

“Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. We have to defend it, fight for it, strengthen it, renew it.” - President Joseph R. Biden, Jr.

The first of two Summits for Democracy will be held virtually this December as part of our commitment to centering democracy and human rights in U.S. foreign policy.

Learn more here: https://www.state.gov/summit-for-democracy/

Democracy doesn’t happen by accident. We have to defend it, fight for it, strengthen it, renew it. President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. February 2021 Since day one, the Biden-Harris Administration has made clear that revitalizing democracy in the United States and around the world is essential to delive...

In March, longtime human rights defender Lev Ponomaryov was forced to shut down his organization For Human Rights after ...
08/11/2021
How Russia's 'foreign agents' law silences dissent

In March, longtime human rights defender Lev Ponomaryov was forced to shut down his organization For Human Rights after Russia levied heavy fines on him for violating the "foreign agents" law. The law requires any organization with foreign ties to register. Loaded with heavy fines, possible criminal penalties, and state-sanctioned harassment, human rights NGOs and independent media have been effectively silenced.

Learn more here: http://ow.ly/zovD50FOhMu

Russia uses its "foreign agents" law to silence critics and the media. U.S. rules disclose who is behind the messaging people receive. Know the difference.

Opposition leader Violeta Granera was detained during what some call the “night of the long knives” on June 8. She remai...
08/11/2021

Opposition leader Violeta Granera was detained during what some call the “night of the long knives” on June 8.

She remains detained in the infamous El Chipote prison while the Ortega-Murillo regime investigates her for “attacking Nicaraguan society.”

#PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Opposition leader Violeta Granera was detained during what some call the “night of the long knives” on June 8.

She remains detained in the infamous El Chipote prison while the Ortega-Murillo regime investigates her for “attacking Nicaraguan society.”

#PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

On August 8, 1988, millions of Burmese people demonstrated for human rights and an end to military rule. The violent cra...
08/10/2021
On 8888 anniversary, U.S. honors Burma's push for democracy

On August 8, 1988, millions of Burmese people demonstrated for human rights and an end to military rule. The violent crackdown that ensued became known as the 8888 Movement, which continues to inspire calls for democracy in the wake of the February 1, 2021 military coup.

On this 33rd anniversary, the U.S. honors the Burmese peoples' decades-long struggle for democracy and peace. The U.S. stands with today's peaceful protestors and calls for the restoration of the democratically-elected government of Burma.

Learn more here. http://ow.ly/dkmR50FOhCr

The August 8, 1988, uprising continues to inspire calls for democracy in Burma. The United States has long supported Burma's democratic aspirations.

Presidential pre-candidate and journalist Cristiana Chamorro was arrested by Nicaraguan authorities on June 2 in her hom...
08/10/2021

Presidential pre-candidate and journalist Cristiana Chamorro was arrested by Nicaraguan authorities on June 2 in her home, after police raided her house. She has been under house arrest and has not been allowed to meet with her lawyer. #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

Presidential pre-candidate and journalist Cristiana Chamorro was arrested by Nicaraguan authorities on June 2 in her home, after police raided her house. She has been under house arrest and has not been allowed to meet with her lawyer. #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we recognize current Secretary of the Interior Deb Halaand,  th...
08/10/2021

For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we recognize current Secretary of the Interior Deb Halaand, the 1st Native American to serve as a U.S. cabinet secretary. A member of the Pueblo of Laguna and a 35th generation New Mexican, she has made history for her community and continues to break down barriers and inspire future generations. #IndigenousPeoplesDay

For International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we recognize current Secretary of the Interior Deb Halaand, the 1st Native American to serve as a U.S. cabinet secretary. A member of the Pueblo of Laguna and a 35th generation New Mexican, she has made history for her community and continues to break down barriers and inspire future generations. #IndigenousPeoplesDay

Ortega-Murillo jailed political science professor and opposition leader José Antonio Peraza on July 26 for criticizing t...
08/09/2021

Ortega-Murillo jailed political science professor and opposition leader José Antonio Peraza on July 26 for criticizing the regime’s subversion of Nicaragua’s electoral process. Peraza is held incommunicado, without formal charges. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Ortega-Murillo jailed political science professor and opposition leader José Antonio Peraza on July 26 for criticizing the regime’s subversion of Nicaragua’s electoral process. Peraza is held incommunicado, without formal charges. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Today is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People, and we celebrate and honor the contributions of Indigen...
08/09/2021

Today is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People, and we celebrate and honor the contributions of Indigenous human rights defenders.

Indigenous peoples make up only five percent of the global population, but are almost half of the environmental and land defenders reported killed each year. We recognize Indigenous human rights defenders whose work in environmental activism and advocacy for climate change impacts all of us. Indigenous communities are on the frontlines of climate action, and advocate strongly for the protection of their lands, cultures, and languages. By advancing Indigenous peoples’ rights, we also advocate for climate action.

Today, let’s honor and celebrate Indigenous peoples by learning more about how they advocate for climate action to protect our Earth.

Today is the International Day of the World’s Indigenous People, and we celebrate and honor the contributions of Indigenous human rights defenders.

Indigenous peoples make up only five percent of the global population, but are almost half of the environmental and land defenders reported killed each year. We recognize Indigenous human rights defenders whose work in environmental activism and advocacy for climate change impacts all of us. Indigenous communities are on the frontlines of climate action, and advocate strongly for the protection of their lands, cultures, and languages. By advancing Indigenous peoples’ rights, we also advocate for climate action.

Today, let’s honor and celebrate Indigenous peoples by learning more about how they advocate for climate action to protect our Earth.

Sergio Beteta has been imprisoned since December 2020 and now faces a 16-year jail sentence. His crime? Exercising his f...
08/08/2021

Sergio Beteta has been imprisoned since December 2020 and now faces a 16-year jail sentence. His crime? Exercising his freedom of expression and inspiring Nicaraguans with a peaceful street protest. We echo his words: Long live a free Nicaragua! #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Sergio Beteta has been imprisoned since December 2020 and now faces a 16-year jail sentence. His crime? Exercising his freedom of expression and inspiring Nicaraguans with a peaceful street protest. We echo his words: Long live a free Nicaragua! #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

08/08/2021
ASEAN Day

Congratulations to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) on its 54th anniversary! We look forward to many more years of friendship and collaboration with the organization and the people of Southeast Asia.

Today we share the story of Nicaraguan prisoner Tamara Dávila, a democracy and human rights activist who has been impris...
08/06/2021

Today we share the story of Nicaraguan prisoner Tamara Dávila, a democracy and human rights activist who has been imprisoned and separated from her 4-year old daughter since mid-June. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Today we share the story of Nicaraguan prisoner Tamara Dávila, a democracy and human rights activist who has been imprisoned and separated from her 4-year old daughter since mid-June. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

76 year-old former Foreign Minister of Nicaragua and Ambassador to the U.S. Francisco Aguirre Sacasa was arbitrarily det...
08/05/2021

76 year-old former Foreign Minister of Nicaragua and Ambassador to the U.S. Francisco Aguirre Sacasa was arbitrarily detained by Nicaraguan Police on July 27. The Ortega-Murillo regime should immediately free Aguirre Sacasa, who is in delicate health. #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

76 year-old former Foreign Minister of Nicaragua and Ambassador to the U.S. Francisco Aguirre Sacasa was arbitrarily detained by Nicaraguan Police on July 27. The Ortega-Murillo regime should immediately free Aguirre Sacasa, who is in delicate health. #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

Accountability and punishing corruption benefits all Guatemalans. Today DRL officials were proud to join Under Secretary...
08/04/2021

Accountability and punishing corruption benefits all Guatemalans. Today DRL officials were proud to join Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Uzra Zeya and anticorruption champion Juan Francisco Sandoval to discuss the need to strengthen democratic institutions in Guatemala. Together, we are #UnitedAgainstCorruption.

Accountability and punishing corruption benefits all Guatemalans. Today DRL officials were proud to join Under Secretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights Uzra Zeya and anticorruption champion Juan Francisco Sandoval to discuss the need to strengthen democratic institutions in Guatemala. Together, we are #UnitedAgainstCorruption.

Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidate and Civic Alliance leader Juan Sebastián Chamorro was arrested June 8 and has been...
08/04/2021

Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidate and Civic Alliance leader Juan Sebastián Chamorro was arrested June 8 and has been held incommunicado ever since. His wife, Victoria Cárdenas, continues to press for his release. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua #FreeJuanSebastian

Nicaraguan presidential pre-candidate and Civic Alliance leader Juan Sebastián Chamorro was arrested June 8 and has been held incommunicado ever since. His wife, Victoria Cárdenas, continues to press for his release. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua #FreeJuanSebastian

The Nicaraguan prisoner we are highlighting today is Miguel Mora, independent journalist and presidential pre-candidate....
08/03/2021

The Nicaraguan prisoner we are highlighting today is Miguel Mora, independent journalist and presidential pre-candidate.

A democratic leader is not afraid of the will of the people expressed through competitive elections and does not need to resort to repression, Ortega. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

The Nicaraguan prisoner we are highlighting today is Miguel Mora, independent journalist and presidential pre-candidate.

A democratic leader is not afraid of the will of the people expressed through competitive elections and does not need to resort to repression, Ortega. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Nicaraguan police arrested human rights defender Maria Oviedo on July 29 while she and her children were visiting her mo...
08/02/2021

Nicaraguan police arrested human rights defender Maria Oviedo on July 29 while she and her children were visiting her mother. She is the first lawyer working on behalf of political prisoners to be detained by the Ortega-Murillo regime. Her detention puts the total number of political prisoners held by the regime at more than 150. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

Nicaraguan police arrested human rights defender Maria Oviedo on July 29 while she and her children were visiting her mother. She is the first lawyer working on behalf of political prisoners to be detained by the Ortega-Murillo regime. Her detention puts the total number of political prisoners held by the regime at more than 150. #PresosPorQué #SOSNicaragua

The U.S. and international community have watched with alarm as the Ortega-Murillo regime has increasingly denied Nicara...
08/01/2021

The U.S. and international community have watched with alarm as the Ortega-Murillo regime has increasingly denied Nicaraguans their human rights and ignored calls to create the conditions for free and fair elections.

With elections this fall, the Ortega-Murillo regime has intensified its campaign of violence and repression of journalists, opposition leaders, and civil society. More than 150 people have been detained for engaging in peaceful dissent and political competition.

Throughout August, we will share the stories of some of those imprisoned and separated from their loved ones because of their work to create a free, fair, and democratic Nicaragua. Why are you jailing these innocent people, President Ortega? #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

The U.S. and international community have watched with alarm as the Ortega-Murillo regime has increasingly denied Nicaraguans their human rights and ignored calls to create the conditions for free and fair elections.

With elections this fall, the Ortega-Murillo regime has intensified its campaign of violence and repression of journalists, opposition leaders, and civil society. More than 150 people have been detained for engaging in peaceful dissent and political competition.

Throughout August, we will share the stories of some of those imprisoned and separated from their loved ones because of their work to create a free, fair, and democratic Nicaragua. Why are you jailing these innocent people, President Ortega? #SOSNicaragua #PresosPorQué

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