In a new onslaught against dissidence, Nicaragua ordered the closure of the private university Rubén Darío and the seizure of all its assets and real estate on Wednesday (29).
The Ministry of the Interior, in charge of executing this type of closure, justified the measure by arguing that the National Council of Universities (CNU) and the National Council of Evaluation and Accreditation (CNEA) determined that the study center did not comply with the minimum quality standards.
They also pointed out that Rubén Darío University had not reported its financial statements for the last four years.
The university has been in operation since November 2011.
With this closure, 22 universities have been closed by the Nicaraguan regime since 2021.
Among them, 7 of foreign origin stand out.
With information from LGI