Honduras Coup - Day 257 - March 11, 2010
- David Enrique Meza, journalist, assassinated
By hondurashumanrights.wordpress.com : March 11, 2010
Journalist David Enrique Meza Ceibeño Montesinos, 51 years old, was shot dead today in the afternoon in his car, by unidentified men who followed him in another vehicle. The car driven by David Meza crashed into a fence a few yards from his home.
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : March 11, 2010
In their book, Twenty -First Century Populism: The Spectre of Western European Democracy, Daniele Albertazzi and Duncan McDonnel define populism as
"an ideology which pits a virtuous and homogeneous people against a set of elites and dangerous 'others' who are together depicted as depriving (or attempting to deprive) the sovereign people of their rights, values, prosperity, identity and voice (p.3)."
- IMF To Send Staff To Honduras For Econ Assessment
By nasdaq.com : March 11, 2010
The International Monetary Fund plans to send a staff mission to Honduras next week, the IMF said Thursday. The team will be the first from the IMF to visit Honduras since a coup toppled the government of former President Manuel Zelaya last summer.
- Demonstrations Continue in Tegucigalpa
By rickmcdaniel.blogspot.com : March 11, 2010
There may be a new government in Honduras, and the US Secretary of State – Hillary Clinton – may be encouraging other member nations of the Organization of American States to recognize that government, but public demonstrations continue.
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