Honduras Coup - Day 309 - May 02, 2010
- May Day: a Constitutional Assembly is "the final objective"
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : May 02, 2010
May first, traditional date throughout the world for demonstrations by organized labor, this year presented a particular opportunity in Honduras for the Frente de Resistencia to make visible popular support in the face of a Honduran government and international community determined to ignore the existence of an organized popular opposition.
- Approximately 500,000 people march for a Constituent Assembly and against repression being carried out by the current regime only in Tegucigalpa, marches take place throughout many cities in the country
By elquinceavopaso.blogspot.com : May 02, 2010
In different cities and regions of the Honduran territory on this day the population has burst out onto the streets to demand the National Constituent Assembly and the return of President Manuel Zelaya Rosales.
- Honduras and the political uses of the drug war
By ww4report.com : May 02, 2010
Charges of complicity in narco-trafficking make for useful propaganda in Latin American political conflicts. Illegal drugs are such a major part of the region's economies–right up there with oil, tourism, and legal agro-exports like coffee, beef, and bananas–that allegations of narco-corruption against anyone in the region's power elite are never hard to find. But which charges stick against which leaders in the US media appears to have more to do with politics than fact.
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