Honduras Coup 2009
Honduras Coup 2009 Homepage
Africa Speaks Forums Rasta Times US Crusade Trini View Books

Honduras Coup - Day 106 - October 11, 2009

  • Zelaya, interim camp reach agreements
    By AFP - : October 11, 2009
    The two sides agreed to a joint Cabinet and to not offer amnesty for coup leaders. They will not discuss Zelaya returning as president of Honduras until tomorrow.

  • Honduras: 'Nothing will be the same again'
    By Federico Fuentes - : October 11, 2009
    What began as a coup aimed at deposing a millionaire landowner president, whose "crime" had been to gradually shift Honduras away from US control and implement mild pro-people reforms, has spurned on a mass resistance movement with the potential to revolutionise the country.

  • Honduran National Resistance Update 10/11
    By : October 11, 2009
    A very important article with a disturbing report and even more disturbing pictures of golpista regime violence targeted at Honduran youth and union members. Includes links to the audio interviews conducted with the victims.

  • Honduras tourism 'set back 10 years'
    By : October 11, 2009
    Speaking at a specially-convened press conference at this year's Central America Travel Market, Martinez said: "According to the Economic Commission of Latin America, investment, infrastructure and quality of life such as getting people out of poverty has been set back by 10 years.

  • Honduras Toni Solo Pt. 1 - Regional Issues
    By : October 11, 2009
    Toni Solo travels frequently between Nicaragua and Honduras. In this in depth interview he talks about the Honduras situation, 110 days after the coup, the latest developments, President Zelaya's deadline to break the impasse with the de feacto coup government, and what the implications of the Honduras crisis are for the region.

  • Honduras Resistance to Discuss Next Steps
    By : October 11, 2009
    The National Front against the coup in Honduras is expected to discuss today in a national assembly its actions for this week, considered crucial in the ongoing talks about the future of the crisis.

  • Honduras de facto leader further restricts media
    By Frank Jack Daniel - : October 11, 2009
    Honduras' de facto leaders have imposed a new law that limits media freedom after shutting down two broadcasters critical of the post-coup government. reserves the right to publish your email responses in whole or part. If you are responding to a particular article, include the title and link to the article. If you would like your name withheld from publication, state this in your submission and supply a nom de plume

Homepage | U.S. Crusade | General Articles | Venezuela | Honduras Coup 2009