CENIDH

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CENIDHCentro Nicaragüense para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos (Spanish: Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights Defense)
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More than a week after the killings, Valle made her way to the capital, Managua, to share her story with CENIDH, which helped her file formal complaints with the police, the national prosecutor's office, and the Army.
(26.) Data from the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH, Nicaraguan Center for Human Rights) to November 1998.
On Friday night Vice President, first lady and government spokeswoman Rosario Murillo said nine people had been confirmed dead in the clashes, though the human rights group Cenidh said Saturday it had counted at least 25 deaths nationwide.
Not even rescheduled," Vilma Nunez, president of the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH), an influential Nicaraguan human rights group, told the independent news magazine and website Confidencial.
Such is the case of Vilma Nunez, president and founder of the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (Nicaraguan Human Rights Center, CENIDH), who was appointed by the Sandinistas decades ago to serve as a high court judge but is now an outspoken critic of the government.
In its most recent annual report, published in May 2015, the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH) accused the police of "favoring demonstrations by groups allied with the governing [FSLN] party and blocking, by various means, protests by civil society groups."
The case has also drawn complaints from rights groups such as the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH), which see it as part of a recurrent pattern of police violence.
Four other LGBT couples also exchanged vows during the ceremony, presided over by an attorney with the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH) and overseen by Marvin Mayorga, an activist with the LGBT umbrella group Iniciativa de la Diversidad Sexual.
"[Montiel Meza] is now a prisoner of conscience," attorney Wendy Flores of the Centro Nicaraguense de Derechos Humanos (CENIDH), a leading Nicaraguan human rights organization, told reporters.