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Honduras Coup - Day 85 - September 20, 2009

  • Hondurans Coordinate Resistance Actions
    By : September 20, 2009
    The National Front against the Coup in Honduras is expected to discuss on Sunday the actions to be taken in the struggle to regain constitutional order broken by the coup on June 28. Front general coordinator Juan Barahona announced a meeting with the rank and file at noon on Sunday to coordinate the demonstrations to be staged next week and finalize details of the protest to be performed on Monday.

  • Honduras Longest Peaceful Protest
    By Juan Ramon Duran - : September 20, 2009
    Shaded from the blazing sun by his straw sombrero, one of the principal leaders of the National Front Against the Coup d'état in Honduras declared, "The only solution to the political crisis is the return of Manuel Zelaya to the presidency before September 30."

  • September 15 - Central American Independence Day;
    Neocolonialism Meets Resistance in Honduras

    By Tom Loudon - : September 20, 2009
    On the 80th day of the coup, both the de facto government and the resistance movement against the coup held marches to celebrate the anniversary of Central America's independence from Spain. At a military parade, de facto President Roberto Micheletti defiantly insisted that it would take a military intervention to remove him. Meanwhile, thousands of coup resisters, with elected President Manuel Zelaya's wife at the head, marched through the central park of Tegucigalpa, where last month police and military attacked peaceful protesters and passers-by.

  • Chavez, Morales call for anti-bases protests
    By Federico Fuentes - : September 20, 2009
    An international gathering of left parties in Caracas has been organised for the end of October to coordinate a strategy against the US offensive, which includes the coup against the elected government of Manuel Zelaya in Honduras. reserves the right to publish your email responses in whole or part. If you are responding to a particular article, include the title and link to the article. If you would like your name withheld from publication, state this in your submission and supply a nom de plume

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