Honduras Coup - Day 352 - Jun 14, 2010
- Danger continues for Honduran protestors
By indiancountrytoday.com : June 14, 2010
Many indigenous Hondurans and others who oppose the de facto government of Honduras are still in danger according to the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, which conducted another series of interviews and investigations in the country from May 15 – 18. The IACHR has visited Honduras on three occasions after the forced removal of President Manuel Zelaya on June 28, 2009.
- "I am a liberal in resistance": A letter from Manuel Zelaya June 11
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : June 14, 2010
As we have previously noted, former President Josť Manuel Zelaya Rosales occupies an awkward position in the politics of resistance in Honduras. As a symbol, he can be used against the resistance by politicians who dismiss calls for fundamental restructuring by labeling the resistance as "zelayistas", reducing what is happening in Honduras to a repeat of caudillismo-- the cult of a strong leader that permeates Latin American political history.
- Arias Knew Well What Was Happening In Honduras, Writer Says of the Failed Mediation and the Honduras Coup
By insidecostarica.com : June 14, 2010
Jorge Miralda, writer for the Frente Nacional de Resistencia Popular de Honduras, says that Costa Rica's former president, Oscar Arias, was well aware that there would be a coup d'etat in Honduras. Miralda writes "he knew perfectly well what was brewing in Honduras".
- Snakes in the dam? Lights out, terror & the internets
By quotha.net : June 14, 2010
About 2 hours ago I was in the supermarket with Enrique when the lights went out. The place had a generator, so things just dimmed, and everything went on as normal. We checked out, got in the car, and started the drive home, talking about the resistance concert we'd just attended, the free school movement in Honduras, and how dangerous it is that some of the rumors within the resistance are labeling incautious foreigners as spies.
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