Honduras Coup - Day 368 - Jun 30, 2010
- Honduras, a Year After: The Coup is Not Complete
By Joe Shansky - counterpunch.org : June 30, 2010
At one point during the military coup in Honduras last year, a US representative to the Organization of American States (OAS) joked that Hondurans were living in a state of "magical realism", a folkloric literary genre blurring reality and the surreal, often in the historical or political context of Latin America.
- Honduras Failing to Tackle Coup Rights Abuses
By hondurashumanrights.wordpress.com : June 30, 2010
Amnesty International has accused the Honduran authorities of failing to address serious human rights violations that followed the coup d'etat of 28 June 2009, when ex-President Manuel Zelaya was forced from power.
- Death Squad Terror in Honduras
By trinicenter.com : June 30, 2010
On June 28, 2009, while he slept, dozens of Honduran soldiers stormed President Manuel Zelaya's residence, arrested him at gunpoint, and exiled him to Costa Rica, in violation of the 1982 Constitution, stating: "No Honduran may be expatriated nor delivered by the authorities to a foreign state," nor may a democratically elected leader be deposed, evidence showing Washington's involvement and support, coordination handled by US Ambassador Hugo Llorens and Thomas Shannon, Jr., current US Ambassador to Brazil, then Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs.
By hondurasculturepolitics.blogspot.com : June 30, 2010
Honduras was suspended from all participation in the Sistema de Integración Centroamericana (SICA) by a unanimous vote of its members on June 29, 2009.
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