Honduras Coup - Day 272 - March 26, 2010
- More journalists murdered, union leaders jailed by Pepe Lobo's assassins
By César Silva - quotha.net : March 26, 2010
The wave of repression against journalists and leaders of the National Front of Popular Resistance of Honduras continues to be unstoppable. This morning journalists José Bayardo Mairena Ramírez and Manuel Juárez were murdered, killed by numerous gunshots. The murders took place in the department of Olancho, on the highway to the city of Juticalpa.
- Honduras: Lawyers at Risk
By Lisa Haugaard - lawg.org : March 26, 2010
I just listened to a group of Honduran lawyers, who were exhausted, frustrated and in fear, as they explained their efforts to defend citizens' rights in their country. The lawyers were here to ask for help from the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights.
- Devil in the Details: Honduras' Budget Proposal
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : March 26, 2010
Among the multitude of things that a new executive administration does, the one that best shows its priorities is its budget proposal. This week, we got to see the proposal by the administration of Porfirio Lobo Sosa.
- U.S. Plunges Central America Back To Era Of Coups And Death Squads
By Rick Rozoff - rickrozoff.wordpress.com : March 26, 2010
March 24th of this year was the thirtieth anniversary of the assassination of Oscar Arnulfo Romero, the Roman Catholic archbishop of El Salvador. His killing drew attention to the murderous rampages of death squads in that nation and throughout Central America as no other slaying had, although hundreds of thousands of civilians were slaughtered in El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Honduras before and during the 1980s by paramilitary formations usually led by graduates of the U.S.'s School of the Americas and covertly funded by the same nation's Central Intelligence Agency.
- Ousted President or Coup Leader to Regional Parliament?
By Danilo Valladares - ipsnews.net : March 26, 2010
The Central American Parliament (Parlacen) has been caught up in the political confrontation in Honduras between Manuel Zelaya, the president who was ousted on Jun. 28, and the leader of the coup government, Roberto Micheletti, because the regional body is having a hard time deciding which of the two it should accept as a member.
- Honduras: National demonstration calling for an end to repression
By momento24.com : March 26, 2010
Several thousand people marched in Tegucigalpa to demand an end to the escalation of repression and against the neoliberal policies that affect the poor.
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