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Honduras Coup - Day 236 - February 18, 2010

  • New Uruguayan Government to Keep Honduras Position
    By : February 18, 2010
    In a clear signal of continuity of President Tabaré Vázquez' Honduras policy, President-elect José Mujica’s future minister of foreign affairs has said that Uruguay will not recognize Honduras' new government until "new elements appear that guarantee democratic openness and stability."

  • Honduras Excluded from Rio Group Summit
    By : February 18, 2010
    Mexican Undersecretary for Foreign Affairs Salvador Beltran said Honduras has not been invited to attend the Rio Group Summit slated for February 21-23 in Cancun. The official reiterated Mexico's position to observe the decision of the Organization of American States regarding recognition of the government in place in Honduras following the coup that ousted Constitutional President Manuel Zelaya.

  • Honduras Ruled out in Latin American Summit
    By : February 18, 2010
    Honduran President Porfirio Lobo, elected under the rupture of institutional order, was not invited to the Summit of Unity of Latin America and the Caribbean to be held in Mexico, local media reported on Wednesday.

  • Honduran Members of Truth Commission Previewed
    By : February 18, 2010
    Radio America reported this afternoon, as did El Heraldo and La Prensa, that the Lobo Sosa government confirmed today the names of Hondurans who would be members of the truth commission.

  • Miguel Facussé Explains the Importance of the Bajo Aguan
    By : February 18, 2010
    As a follow up to the previous post, consider an article in today's El Heraldo where Miguel Facussé explains that resolving the conflict between his claims and those of campesinos is critical to prevent bank failures in Honduras. If your reaction was "Huh?" read on. If that last sentence made sense to you: hello Miguel! glad to have you reading!

  • Isbela Orellana, my new hero
    By : February 18, 2010
    SAN PEDRO SULA Isbela Orellana, professor of sociology at the National Autonomous University of Honduras in the Sula Valley (UNAH-VS), interrupted on the scene and managed, with acerbic questions, to ruin the ceremony and press conference celebrating the release of the 2009 National Report on Transparency of the National Anti-Corruption Council (CNA).

  • Mexico, U.S. approve reopening of Honduran embassies
    By : February 18, 2010
    Honduran Foreign Minister Mario Canahuati said on Thursday that Mexico and the United States have approved the reopening of the Honduran embassies to the two countries, which were closed after the coup of June 28, 2009.

  • Honduras update -Karen Spring
    By : February 18, 2010
    Karen Spring brings us an update on the Garifuna community in Honduras whose community radio station was burned down, and the situation in Honduras at the beginning of February, after the Presidential changeover. 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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