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Honduras Coup - Day 256 - March 10, 2010

  • Honduras opposition calls for day to mark coup anniversary
    By : March 10, 2010
    Honduras's National People's Resistance Front (NPRF) has declared that the opposition would organise a referendum calling for a constitutional assembly to mark the anniversary of the coup that ousted former leader Manuel Zelaya. "It is an urgent necessity to build real democracy and transform the system of injustice and repression installed by the oligarchy," the NPRF said.

  • A coup is "the kind of thing that cannot be easily absorbed": Celso Amorim
    By : March 10, 2010
    The recently concluded trip throughout Latin America may have produced many positive outcomes for the US Department of State. But on the topic of Honduras, what it mainly showed was how far apart the US and Latin American countries still are, and why.

  • Adolfo Facussé to Honduras: Don't Demonize Mining
    By : March 10, 2010
    One of the clear contributing factors to the coup d'etat of 2009 was the abysmal nature of Honduran press coverage of politics. Today's La Tribuna brings an article that so perfectly exemplifies this, while also exposing more of the web of economic interests that distort Honduran society, that it merits commentary.

  • Coup General to Lead Key Honduran Company
    By : March 10, 2010
    General Romero Vasquez Velasquez, one of the high-ranking officers who took part in the coup against constitutional President Manuel Zelaya in Honduras' last June, has been appointed manager of the country's Telecommunications company Hondutel.

  • Hooded armed men execute two campesinos
    By : March 10, 2010
    Today Tuesday, armed men assassinated two Honduran campesinos in the proximity of the El Naranjo community, in the Atlántida department. The laborers Ramón Ulises Castellanos and Miguel Sauceda had been kidnapped from their homes at 5:10 am by six hooded men who identified themselves from DNIC, or the National Bureau of Criminal Police Investigations. 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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