In an exclusive interview with Prensa Latina, Gonzalez referred to the political bias and interference of such mechanism, which, he said, cannot be accepted because it goes against the UN Charter itself.
Last week, the aforementioned body approved a resolution establishing a group of three experts to investigate possible human rights violations in the Central American country since April 2018.
The document was approved with 20 votes in favor, seven against and 20 abstentions.
In that sense, the also professor of law at the National Autonomous University of Nicaragua (UNAN-Managua), asserted that the aforementioned Council has little legitimacy in dealing with the human rights agenda.
For the analyst there is a contradictory aspect in this matter, and that is that a few days ago Nicaragua was appointed vice-president of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization for its performance in food sovereignty in the region.
The Nicaraguan executive called for these resolutions not to be focused or based on media campaigns of misinformation and hatred.