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Honduras Coup - Day 133 - November 07, 2009

  • Venezuela Warns of Dilatory Maneuvers in Honduras
    By : November 07, 2009
    Venezuela's ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Roy Chaderton, warned that dilatory maneuvers are in progress in Honduras to cheat the international community. In statements to Telesur, Chaderton warned that the purpose of those behind those dilatory tactics is to gain time with view to the coming November 29 elections.

  • Honduras: The day Washington underhandedly forced an accord
    By Carlos Aznarez - : November 07, 2009
    Since almost the beginning of the fascist coup it was clear, and that is what revolutionary presidents like Raúl Castro and Hugo Chávez expressed, that behind the gorillas was the puppet master, that is to say the United States. No de facto government would have withstood so many days if the Pentagon, the CIA and its collaborators hadn't generated the conditions to overthrow a member government of ALBA (an agreement among peoples that hurts the gringos) and sustain it over time.

  • A Second Coup in Honduras
    By : November 07, 2009
    Thousands of people jammed the square in front of the National Congress waiting -with no result- for deputies to reinstate the constitutionally elected president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya Rosales.

  • Arias: Honduras' Coup Regime Blocking Solution to Crisis
    By : November 07, 2009
    Costa Rica's Oscar Arias said on Saturday that Honduras' de facto government is to blame for the ongoing political crisis stemming from President Mel Zelaya's ouster in a late June coup.

  • EU urges renewed talks in Honduras crisis
    By : November 07, 2009
    The European Union Saturday called on ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and the country's de facto leader to renew talks after a US-brokered deal to end the political crisis collapsed.

  • Two To Tango: Unity Government Talks
    By : November 07, 2009
    Several news sources report that "dialogue" has resumed today between the Zelaya and Micheletti negotiators with the OAS representatives. This is the first reported bi-lateral meeting between the representatives of Zelaya and Micheletti for the purpose of forming a government, which should have been the procedure all along. La Tribuna reports the dialogue could have begun at noon today. Jorge Arturo Reina, Zelaya's representative on the Verification commission, reported that there was a "pre-agreement" to return to talks after extensive conversations Friday with members of the Verification commission, representatives of the OAS and Hugo Llorens, US Ambassador in Honduras.

  • Zelaya-Micheletti Dialogue Resumed
    By : November 07, 2009
    Representatives of Honduras Constitutional President Manuel Zelaya and the de facto government resumed Saturday negotiations to solve the crisis the country is in since the June 28 coup d'etat.

  • Juxtaposition
    By : November 07, 2009
    Lula: "I told Obama after the meeting that he had given the kick off to establish a more productive relation with Latin America. The fact is nothing happened since, but the coup in Honduras." / AND / State Department Spokesman Ian Kelly: "I will say that this Administration has put a very high priority on Latin America."

  • Honduran rivals signal new bid to solve crisis
    By : November 07, 2009
    Honduras' ousted president and de facto leader gave signs they would try again to form a unity government to guide the country out of a four-month crisis after the process collapsed a day earlier.

  • Small Progress
    By : November 07, 2009
    El Heraldo, in its Minute by Minute column, indicates that Roberto Micheletti has issued a weak call on the National Congress to decide the issue of restitution of Manuel Zelaya as President of Honduras. In a press release, Micheletti wrote: "I respectfully call on the National Congress to continue their consultation and move forward on their decision on point 5 of Executive Power of the referenced Accord, about whether or not to restore Mr. Zelaya."

  • Berta Cáceres: "We only have one option. It is to struggle. It is to continue the resistance. It is to march towards the re-founding of the country."
    By Berta Cáceres - : November 07, 2009
    Transcription of Speech by Indigenous leader Berta Cáceres of Civil Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (COPINH) and National Front of Resistance Against the Coup to a meeting of the resistance from Gracias, Lempira on 11/1/09 - With live call during the speech from President Manuel Zelaya

  • Pres. Zelaya: Elections Under a Dictatorship are a Fraud
    By : November 07, 2009
    On Friday, November 6th, President Zelaya withdrew from the "Tegucigalpa/San Jose Agreement" and released the following statement in which he describes the agreement as a failure. Thus the agreement which had been maneuvered by the US State Department is dead. Nevertheless the illegitimate coup government of Micheletti, with apparent approval of the US, has announced the formation of a so-called government of "Unity and National Reconciliation" without the participation of the representatives of the vast majority of people in Honduras or of Zelaya.

  • Winners and losers in Honduras
    By Will Stebbins - : November 07, 2009
    Zelaya remains in internal exile, marooned inside the Brazilian embassy in the capital Tegucigalpa. After a bold and deft campaign to regain power, and with the prize within his grasp, he committed a critical, strategic blunder. 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

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