Honduras Coup - Day 226 - February 08, 2010
- CÚsar Ham: co-opted leftist
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : February 08, 2010
As noted in a previous post, the government assembled by Porfirio Lobo Sosa incorporates former rivals for the presidency (although not all of them: notably, Liberal Party candidate Elvin Santos is not included). CÚsar Ham, presidential candidate for the UD party, is one of those included, named as Director of the Instituto Nacional Agrario.
- Honduran opposition attacks 'truth' commission
By morningstaronline.co.uk : February 08, 2010
Honduran opposition group the National Front for Popular Resistance (FNRP) has torn into the ruling National Party's promise to set up a "truth commission" to investigate last year's coup d'etat, branding it "pure show."
- Chavez: U.S. military bases in Colombia stab to S. America
By postzambia.com : February 08, 2010
Chavez said that the U.S. government would not be able to stop the development of the ALBA in Central America despite the coup in Honduras. Chavez added that the coup against Honduran ousted president Manuel Zelaya was supported by the United States.
- Honduran schools reopen after political crisis
By english.people.com.cn : February 08, 2010
Honduran public schools reopened to the country's 2 million students Monday, after four months' political turbulence. Newly-inaugurated President Porfirio Lobo Sosa last Sunday announced opening of school term, which was forced to end after the military coup on June 28, 2009 that ousted former president Manuel Zelaya.
- 'More Terror' in Honduras, as Another Unionist Murdered
By Kari Lydersen - inthesetimes.com : February 08, 2010
The body of 29-year-old Vanessa Yamileth Zepeda, still dressed in her nurse's scrubs and killed by a bullet, turned up in the Loarque neighborhood of Tegucigalpa, Honduras, on February 4. Zepeda had young children and was a leader of the SITRAIHSS labor union (Workers Union for the Honduran Social Security Institute). She had been abducted that afternoon while leaving a union meeting.
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