jueves, 26 de abril de 2018

JESUITS DENOUNCE VIOLENCE IN NICARAGUA, DEFEND THE RIGHT TO PEACEFUL PROTEST. Cuerpo Sanitario Internacional (CO.S.INT) Fuerza Internacional de Voluntarios de Socorro y Paz. con Estatus Ante la ONU, “CRUZ ROJA GARIBALDINA”. Comandi Internacionali Argentina. ONLUS

 General de Brigada (RO) 
Comandante del Estado Mayor en Argentina 
 Cuerpo Sanitario Internacional Co.S.Int 
 Fuerza de Voluntarios de Socorro y Paz ONU DAES
REPÚBLICA ITALIANA  CO.S.INT  REGISTRATO PRESSO 


"Procura República Roma Ufficio Legalizzazioni. Nrep 97 del 13 Febbrario 1989 (Reg. A. Roma 1° Ufficio atti Publici n° 3911. El Co.S.Int. cuenta con el patrocinio de las Naciones Unidas, inscrpta el 08/07/2013 en la Base de Datos Consultiva General de las Naciones Unidas, Departamento de Asuntos Económicos y Sociales, número 198."

April 23, 2018 — In response to ongoing protests in Nicaragua and the senseless killing of a Jesuit high school student there, the Jesuits of Central America, the Conference of Provincials of Latin America and the Jesuits of Canada and the U.S. released statements calling for an end to violence in the country after several days of protests to proposed social security legislation.
Citizens began protesting April 18 after the government announced changes to the nation's social security system. The proposed overhaul, which would have increased pension contributions while reducing benefits by 5 percent, was canceled by Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega on April 22 in response to the protests.
The protests led to the deaths of more than two dozen people. Álvaro Manuel Conrado Davila, a 15-year-old student at Instituto Loyola, the Jesuit High School in Managua, Nicaragua, was among the victims killed while peacefully protesting on April 20.  
According to reports, Conrado was shot by police with a rubber bullet that struck him at close range in the throat, and he died later while undergoing surgery at a local hospital. The Instituto Loyola community gathered for Conrado’s funeral on April 21, which was attended by an approximately 400 people.
The Conference of Provincials of Latin America said in its statement, “We profoundly lament the acts of violence against the people who gathered in a peaceful manner to oppose the social security reform. We condemn as anti-democratic all the violent repression on the part of state agencies and individuals and groups organized by the government.”
The Jesuits of Central America called for a national dialogue that will "peacefully lead in a direction of integral development and social and environmental justice."   
Álvaro Manuel Conrado Davila's funeral on April 21. (photo: Ingrid Orozco)
The Jesuit Conference of Canada and the U.S. released a statement saying they “stand in solidarity with our brother Jesuits, their lay collaborators and all the people they serve in Nicaragua.
“We pray for peace in the country and hope that all sides will engage in truthful dialogue. We pray for calm between all of the parties and we remind government leaders of their responsibility to protect those who have lawfully gathered to seek redress from their government.”
Pope Francis also called for end to violence in the country. “I express my closeness in prayer to that country and I am united with the bishops in asking that every form of violence end, that a pointless shedding of blood be avoided and that open issues be resolved peacefully and with a sense of responsibility,” he said on April 22.
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