One of the topics discussed was a proposal to establish a special office of the British government to advocate for political prisoners around the world.
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Bishop Álvarez was sentenced Feb. 10 to 26 years and four months in prison,.
Bishop Álvarez was sentenced to 26 years and 4 months in prison on treason charges and had his Nicaraguan citizenship revoked.
The former presidential candidate said the release of the bishop of Matagalpa ‘is an obligation of all human rights defenders in any corner of planet Earth’ and that ‘it’s not just a religious matter.’
The sentence against Bishop Álvarez was issued just one day after the regime deported 222 political prisoners to the United States.