Honduras: has Obama sided with Chávez?
By Calvin Tucker - 21stcenturysocialism.com : September 06, 2009
Has Obama sided with Chávez? That's certainly the view of the leader of Honduran coup regime Roberto Micheletti, whose spokesman angrily denounced the 30 million dollar cut in US aid announced on Thursday. Micheletti's spokesman added that Obama's decision "condemned the people that struggle against Marxist expansion in Central America".
By weeksnotice.blogspot.com : September 06, 2009
Since his overthrow, he has been traveling almost constantly, and that has kept his profile up. His visits often do not achieve many concrete results, but it is notable that no government in the world supports the coup. Not even the IMF does. By the logic of coup supporters, I suppose that means the IMF must be a leftist dupe.
Raising the stakes in Honduras
By Olivia Ward - thestar.com : September 06, 2009
An announcement last week that Washington won't recognize the results of an election scheduled for November – a month before Zelaya's term officially expires – has raised the stakes for the coup leaders, and the people of the cash-strapped country.
Honduras Update Sept. 6 2009
By peoplesweeklyworldblog.blogspot.com : September 06, 2009
The Honduran coup regime headed by Roberto Micheletti has threatened to cease all operations aimed at stopping drug imports passing through Honduras on the way to the United States. The pretext for this announcement is the new sanctions which the U.S. State Department put on Honduras after U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with legitimate president Manuel "Mel" Zelaya last Thursday.
Honduras Resistance Holds First Assembly
By prensa-latina.cu : September 06, 2009
The National Front against the coup d'etat is analyzing Sunday during its first national assembly some strategies to foster the struggle for the restoration of constitutional order.
New Actions to End Honduras Coup
By namnewsnetwork.org : September 06, 2009
National Front against the coup in Honduras will debate on new actions of resistance in Tegucigalpa, when the people's resistance against the June 28 military coup reached Saturday its 70 consecutive day of protests.
CADTM protests against the IMF's criminal support of the Hondurian dictatorship
By cadtm.org : September 06, 2009
Now the new self-proclaimed president Roberto Micheletti has been deemed respectable by the IMF in spite of the repeated violations of human rights and fundamental liberties that have been perpetrated in Honduras since the end of June. In fact on 28 August the IMF approved a $150 million loan to the putschist government in Honduras, thus granting it the financial support required for it to stay in power. A second loan of $13.8 million could even be released in the coming weeks.
Deposed President Attacked By Hunduras Defecto Govt
By thenewspk.com : September 06, 2009
"We're going to die, if necessary, to defend our homeland," a defiant Micheletti declared Friday before thousands of protesters, in the face increasing international consternation at Zelaya's ouster.
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