Honduras Coup - Day 288 - April 11, 2010
- "Recognition": grasping at straws in Nicaragua
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : April 11, 2010
A news article in El Heraldo today reports that a previously scheduled meeting of the Presidents of El Salvador, Guatemala, and Nicaragua to be held in Guatemala this Sunday has been canceled. Explanations were diverse, but all concerned the President of El Salvador, Mauricio Funes. He is either sick, over-scheduled, or had a problem with his agenda. Three participants, three reasons. Raises the question, what really is going on?
- Resistance movement vows to create a new Honduras
By workers.org - Berta Joubert-Ceci : April 11, 2010
Eight Honduran lawyers testified in Washington, D.C., at the Inter-American Court of Human Rights of the Organization of American States. The eight hope that the IACHR will expose and condemn the escalating human rights abuses perpetrated in that country after the June 28 coup that removed democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya Rosales from office. Above all, the lawyers hope the IACHR will force the Honduran state to investigate and punish these crimes.
- Letter to Mother Earth and Humanity of the Planet
By hondurasresists.blogspot.com - Dr. Juan Almendares : April 11, 2010
Let us defend the right to land of the peasants of Aguán and the National Front of Popular Resistance in Honduras.
- Ongoing: U.S. fabricates narrative of human rights in Honduras
By quotha.net : April 11, 2010
Democratic senators Fulton Amstrong and Peter Kuiten carried out preliminary evaluations of the government of president Porfirio Lobo Sosa, regarding advances in terms of human rights and citizen participation, to decide whether or not to provide economic assistance to the country.
- Nicaraguan President Opens Door to Normalizing Ties with Honduras
By laht.com : April 11, 2010
Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega opened the door to restoring relations with Honduras after meeting with that country's head of state, Porfirio Lobo, who has been gradually securing international recognition after winning elections held under a de facto regime.
- COFADEH: Honduran government makes threats on the "possession of weapons"
By elquinceavopaso.blogspot.com : April 11, 2010
As a matter of urgency, the Committee of Relatives of Detained and Disappeared in Honduras, COFADEH, addresses the national and international community to express our deep concern at an official government communication issued in an intimidating tone on a national broadcast, similar to those used on radio and television by official broadcasters after the military-political coup in June 2009.
- Appeal From Casa Alianza
By quotha.net : April 11, 2010
Political instability has placed a huge strain on our programmes and resources in Honduras over the last few months. As you'll probably be aware, President Zelaya was forced from power in June 2009 by a military-backed coup, prompting a political crisis and a severe deterioration in respect of human rights and the rule of law. The military was brought on to the streets and curfews imposed amid multiple demonstrations, hundreds of arrests and widespread violence and intimidation.
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