The Nicaraguan Foreign Minister Denis Moncada criticized the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights in the General Assembly of the United Nations this Tuesday for not dealing with “justice” and “justice”. as their reports on the country’s situation on the matter are “deliberately politicized”.
Moncada has pointed out that the work done by High Commissioner Michelle Bachelet on the human rights issue in Nicaragua contains “worrying and serious methodological flaws” as it only “provides information from NGOs and from the media directly related to the failed coup Connected in 2018 “.
“We demand that they take into account all perspectives and rights and strengthen dialogue and peace in a world that needs harmony and peaceful resolution of a conflict,” said Moncada, appealing to the principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
The criticism of Nicaragua has gone on and has called for a review of the UN agency in order to achieve greater “democratization” as the world “continues to cry out for peace, justice and security” 75 years after it was founded. and a comprehensive response from the United Nations system. “