Honduras Coup - Day 183 - December 27, 2009
- Venezuela Predicts Anti-US Interference Fight
By prensa-latina.cu : December 27, 2009
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez asserted on Sunday that the US interventionist policy in Latin America will bring challenges and struggles in 2010 to preserve integrity and sovereignty of the regional countries. "It will not be an easy year. The international rightwing parties are planning to reverse the emancipation process thast our America is undergoing," he warned.
- Hondura's Zelaya Spends Christmas Besieged in Brazilian Embassy
By laht.com : December 27, 2009
Deposed Honduran President Mel Zelaya, holed up since Sept. 21 at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, spent Christmas Eve singing songs and reading the many Christmas cards he received from his compatriots, a spokesman said Friday. The ousted leader also gave telephone interviews to radio stations in various parts of the country, Rasel Tome told Efe.
- Spain Gives Lobo An Ultimatum
By hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com : December 27, 2009
EFE reported this morning that Spain has adopted a hard line concerning the formation of Poririo Lobo Sosa's administration. Spokesmen for the Zapatero government said yesterday that if Micheletti is still in power, or if there are other leaders who supported the overthrow of Zelaya in power, the Spanish government will not recognize the government of Porfirio Lobo Sosa.
- The World According to Sen. LeMieux: "Human Rights," "Democracy," "Rule of Law" and Other Stuff that Sounds Good
By hondurasoye.wordpress.com : December 27, 2009
As a senator from Florida, the gateway to Latin America, it is incumbent upon me to focus on U.S. policy as it relates to the Western Hemisphere. U.S. foreign policy in the hemisphere stands at a critical juncture. Our actions in the region signal to all countries where we stand on our commitment to respecting democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
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