Honduras Coup - Day 317 - May 10, 2010
- UN rights experts urge Honduras to protect journalists
after 7 killed in 6 weeks By breitbart.com : May 10, 2010
A group of U.N. human rights experts has urged Honduras to protect journalists in the country after seven were killed in the past six weeks. The U.N. experts are calling on the government to investigate the killings and prosecute those responsible.
- "Are you deliberately avoiding the word 'coup'?"
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : May 10, 2010
Our headline comes from a question the Los Angeles Times asked in a Q/A with Eduardo Stein today. His response? "That is precisely what we want to clarify. ... There are people here who argue it was a constitutional succession, with minor mishaps along the way. I went on record [shortly after the coup] saying that a forced expulsion of a popularly elected president, taken by military people and thrown out of the country, is a coup. ... Here, I have been reprimanded for taking sides. So now we are calling it an alteration of political institutionality, and we will examine whether there was a constitutional framework and if rights were respected." [emphasis added]
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