Honduras Coup - Day 267 - March 21, 2010
- Resistance and change in Honduras
By weeksnotice.blogspot.com : March 21, 2010
There is an interesting article in The Nation (by Dana Frank, a History professor at UC Santa Cruz) about the continued resistance to the government, and its degree of organization and commitment. It echoes many of the sentiments at Honduras Culture and Politics.
- Trouble in Honduras' Korean Embassy
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : March 21, 2010
As we have been monitoring the process of setting the Lobo Sosa administration into place, we have been tracking is political appointments, including those of ambassadors. As in the US, these diplomatic posts are places where you can see the strings connecting the elected government to the unelected one. Until now, while these have interested us, they have not been particularly newsworthy.
- Paraguay, Honduras and Barack Obama
By novakeo.com : March 21, 2010
During his campaign for the presidency of Paraguay, former bishop Fernando Lugo promised to bring health care to the millions unable to afford it. A month after Lugo took office in August 2008, the Ministry of Public Health and Social Welfare (MSPBS) gradually began to make some public health services free, waiving fees for office, outpatient and emergency room visits.
- U.S. tries to divide Honduran resistance
By quotha.net : March 21, 2010
The National People's Resistance Front (FNRP) denounced the open intervention of U.S. ambassador Hugo Llorens in the internal affairs of Honduras and the maneuvers to divide the anti-coup movement. Carlos H. Reyes, union leader and one of the leaders of the FNRP noted the increase in persecution and campaigns to weaken the Front, since the organization declared itself to be a political player in the struggle to take power.
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