The number of victims of recent disobedience in Nicaragua increased to 63 people, said Thursday the Commissioner of the permanent Commission on human rights in Nicaragua Marcos Carmona.
Earlier it was reported that 34 people were killed. Protests in Nicaragua started on April 18 against the backdrop of the reform proposed by the authorities, which hoped to increase the amount of contributions of employers and workers to public insurance funds. President Daniel Ortega has already postponed it.
“What was actually — it is a massacre of students over the people of Nicaragua,” — leads the portal Nuevo Diario approval Carmona. Another 15 people are reported missing without producing.
Motivating the latest figure of the killed, the head of the Commission that, in fact that its employees have collected and studied data on all departments of the Central American state.