Honduras Coup - Day 304 - April 27, 2010
- Return of the Death Squads
By Jeremy Kryt - inthesetimes.com : April 27, 2010
Late in the afternoon on February 3, Vanessa Zepeda, a 28-year-old registered nurse, left a union hall after a meeting and began walking to the supermarket to buy school supplies for her children and formula for her baby girl.
- Murder of Honduran Journalists Condemned
By prensa-latina.cu : April 27, 2010
Honduran journalists condemned through social networks the murder of seven of their colleagues and demanded the investigation and detention of the perpetrators of those crimes.
- Presiding genuises?
By mexfiles.net : April 27, 2010
Real president of the United States Barack Obama praised fake President of Honduras, Pepe Lobo "for his leadership in his first months in office in promoting national reconciliation and restoring democratic and constitutional order in Honduras." Fake President Lobo is so well-respected he was given a fake award "that is given only to personalities such as former U.S. President Ronald Reagan, Mikhail Gorbachev, Henry Kissinger and personalities over the years to highlight his struggles to achieve peace in the hemisphere." In other words, anyone who speaks to the World Trade Association of New Orleans.
- Welcome to the New Honduras, Where Right-Wing Death Squads Proliferate
By Kari Lydersen - alternet.org : April 27, 2010
The new regime in Honduras is assassinating union leaders, teachers and journalists. Why does the U.S. support it?
At least that's the message of right-wing president Porfirio "Pepe" Lobo Sosa and much of the international community. Several U.S. and international agencies are in the process of restoring aid to Honduras. U.S. biofuels, mining and other businesses are ramping up for increased investment in the impoverished Central American country. The massive repression of public protests, curfews and censorship that followed last summer's coup d'etat have abated.
- Resistance Referendum to Convene a Constituent Assembly
By quotha.net : April 27, 2010
Thousands of Hondurans were mobilized throughout the country to start the process of collecting signatures, which will end on June 28, the first anniversary of the military coup. The aim is to show the current government and the powers who staged the coup, that the people demand the reestablishment of Honduras through a new constitution. After the mobilization, they denounced the kidnapping of a well-known activist of the Resistance.
- Obama calls Honduran President Lobo for first time
By news.xinhuanet.com : April 27, 2010
U.S. President Obama Monday phoned the first time with Honduran President Lobo to discuss the situation in Honduras, said the White House. President Obama commended Lobo for his "leadership in his first months in office in promoting national reconciliation and restoring democratic and constitutional order in Honduras," said the White House in a statement.
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