Honduras Coup - Day 327 - May 20, 2010
- Political Expediency
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : May 20, 2010
On May 7 the Honduran Supreme Court dismissed 4 judges and a magistrate allegedly for participating in political activity opposed to the coup. It has taken no action against those judges who marched in favor of the coup. We blogged about their dismissal at the time. At the time, NGO's like the Center for Justice and International Law (CEJIL) denounced the dismissals as "significant reprisals" and as a "clear intimidating message" for other justices in Honduras. No one in Honduras said much of anything about it, except the Frente de Resistencia.
- 157 Minors Murdered in Lobo's Administration
By insidecostarica.com : May 20, 2010
According to a report of the humanitarian organization Casa Alianza a total of 157 children and youngsters were murdered in Honduras since President Porfirio Lobo took office.
- Honduras: Bad faith down in The Gulch
By thiscantbehappening.net : May 20, 2010
Meanwhile, 47 members of the National Popular Resistance Front (FNRP), the broad and diverse opposition movement formed immediately after the coup, have been murdered. At this count seven journalists – or one of their children -- have been killed. An FNRP activist and a friend were gunned down by masked men just this Sunday after a teachers' demonstration.
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