Reportback from Zelaya Return
05/31/2011 - Written by Lisa Sullivan, SOA Watch
The National Front of Popular Resistance (FNRP) elects its Executive Committee and demonstrates the strength of its national structure
July 13, 2010.- In the midst of media attacks from the de facto regime, the Popular Resistance in Honduras carried out its first National Assembly, appointing its provisional leadership and presenting its new Executive Committee headed by Manuel Zelaya Rosales, who is still in exile in the Dominican Republic.
Campesinos evicted in Aguán Valley
05/23/2010 - The Unified Campesino Movement of the Aguán (MUCA) reported that during the week of May 10 police and military forcibly removed campesinos from at least four cooperatives in the northern Atlantic region of Honduras.
Another environmental movement leader murdered
05/23/2010 - It is with deep sadness that we are informing the Honduran and international community of the murder of our companero Adalberto Figueroa. Saturday the 8th of May at about the 8:30 a.m., when he was getting ready to collect firewood in the company of his 11-year-old son and his nephew, barely a kilometre from his house, he was ambushed by people wearing ski masks. They fired several shots which killed him immediately.
Honduran Resistance begins Referendum to convene a Constituent Assembly
05/16/2010 - Thousands of Hondurans were mobilized throughout the country to start the process of collecting signatures, which will end on June 28, the first anniversary of the military coup. The aim is to show the current government and the powers who staged the coup, that the people demand the reestablishment of Honduras through a new constitution. After the mobilization, they denounced the kidnapping of a well-known activist of the Resistance.
HONDURAS AND THE POLITICAL USES OF THE DRUG WAR
05/16/2010 - Charges of complicity in narco-trafficking make for useful propaganda in Latin American political conflicts. Illegal drugs are such a major part of the region's economies—right up there with oil, tourism, and legal agro-exports like coffee, beef, and bananas —that allegations of narco-corruption against anyone in the region's power elite are never hard to find. But which charges stick against which leaders in the US media appears to have more to do with politics than fact.
"They're afraid because we aren’t"
05/02/2010 - Repression and resistance. These two words sum up Honduras today.
Truth Commission Under Fire from All Sides
05/02/2010 - The Truth and Reconciliation Commission set up to investigate the June 2009 coup that ousted Honduran president Manuel Zelaya will begin its work in May under the skeptical watch of a wide range of observers, from human rights organizations to right-wing political sectors.
Seven Honduran broadcasters slain since March 1
05/02/2010 - Honduran television reporter Jorge Alberto “Georgino” Orellana had just left the station where he hosted his own show when a man stepped from the shadows, shot him dead and vanished.
Disappearing Truth in Honduras: Commissions Cover Up Demands for New Constitution
04/25/2010 - Though the June 28, 2009 coup in Honduras caught the world’s attention, outside of Honduras little was said about the objective of the coup; to stop the proposal for a new constitution in Honduras. The terrible repression that followed the coup has also prompted international response, but the political proposal of victims of the repression has been made invisible.
Message from RADIO PROGRESO
04/25/2010 - Alert: to the Honduran People and the International Community
Honduras: OAS annual report cites violations
04/25/2010 - On April 15 the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR, or CIDH in Spanish), a Washington, DC-based agency of the Organization of American States (OAS), issued its 2009 report on human rights in the hemisphere. For the first time the IACHR included Honduras among the countries that it "believed warranted special attention." The inclusion of Honduras is based on a report, "Honduras: Human Rights and the Coup d'État," by an IACHR commission that visited Honduras in August 2009 to investigate the human rights situation following a June 28 military coup.
Repression against radio station in Zacate Grande
04/25/2010 - Community Radio Network from Honduras:
Honduran Activists Speak on Human Rights
04/19/2010 - In 2007, Luther Castillo (pictured) was part of a team of Cuban-educated doctors who opened a hospital in Ciriboya, a community of Garifuna — the descendants of Africans and Arawak and Carib Indians that live on the Atlantic coast of Honduras.
MUCA Signs Agreement With Honduran Government, But Repression Continues
04/19/2010 - After a long and exhausting negotiating session between the Unified Peasant Movement of Aguán (MUCA) and the Honduran Government, the parties signed a Deed of Commitment that incorporates part of the proposals made by the farmer organization. The text will now be shared with MUCA bases for possible adoption on April 17. Meanwhile, the militarization and repression continues in Aguán, with 40 people arrested during the negotiation process.
Military and Police Detain Campesinos
04/14/2010 - Armed forces began searches late Monday night and captured at least ten campesinos from the Guadalupe Carney community. They were detained for about 40 minutes and then freed, in Silin, Department of Colon. They carried lists and a computer to check the names of those who were being captured. About 600 families live in the area.
URGENT COMMUNICATION - COFADEH - Emergency in the Aguán
04/13/2010 - The Committee of Families of the Detained and Disappeared of Honduras, COFADEH, sends an urgent message to the national and international community to express our deep concern regarding the official government communication issued via national TV stations, in an intimidating tone similar to that used by official radio and TV broadcasters following the June 2009 political, military coup. The so-called “Government of Reconciliation and National Unity” used state and private frequencies to repeatedly air messages regarding criminal charges for the fabrication, storage, use, or acquisition or supply of arms, explosives or materiel for war or combat, emphasizing AK47 assault rifles, submachine guns, pistols and homemade weapons.
Army Moving In On Aguán Campesinos
04/13/2010 - The pro-government Tegucigalpa daily El Heraldo reported on April 11 that Honduran president Porfirio Lobo Sosa had ordered a "strong militarization" of the lower Aguán River Valley in northern Honduras, the site of a land conflict between influential landowners and some 3,000 campesino families. "Today, the lower Aguán has been totally militarized, and we've detected at least 30 military vehicles with troops carrying high-caliber weapons," said Yony Rivas, a member of the Unified Campesino Movement of the Aguán (MUCA), which has fought since 2001 for some 20,000 hectares of land it claims were bought illegally by three wealthy business owners, Miguel Facussé Barjum, Reinaldo Canales and René Morales.
Honduran Human Rights Platform Statement on Murder of Teacher
04/09/2010 - The Human Rights Platform strongly denounces the murder of teacher Jose Manuel Flores carried out by alleged hit men on the afternoon of March 23 at his workplace, the Institute San Jose Pedregal, Comayaguela, Tegucigalpa.
José Leonel Álvarez Guerra, MUCA member, assassinated
04/09/2010 - José Leonel Alvarez Guerra (35), a member of the La Confianza Cooperative with the Unified Peasant Movement of Aguán (MUCA) was killed by two men on a motorcycle, when he was coming home. The assassination took place in the Manga Seca neighborhood in Tocoa, Colón, Wednesday, April 7.
Land Struggles Suffer Repression, Billy Joya Reported Training Paramilitaries
04/04/2010 - An extremely dangerous situation is developing in Honduras in the municipality of Tocoa, department of Colon in the region known as the Aguan.
Repression Intensifies, Resistance Deepens, and Washington Promotes Recognition of the Post-Coup Regime
04/04/2010 - February and March have been especially brutal months in the state-sponsored repression of the popular resistance in Honduras. In just the past two weeks, three journalists have been assassinated and numerous activists have been detained, tortured, and raped. This repression comes in as the National Front of Popular Resistance Front (FNRP) pushes for the organization of a national constitutional assembly to “refound” Honduras, while the United States, international lending institutions, and countries participating in the regional economic development plan known as the Plan Puebla Panama extend recognition to the government of President Porfirio Lobo, restoring loans, and renewing plans for economic and security integration.
From Slogans to Reality
04/01/2010 - From March 12-14, the city of La Esperanza, Intibucá was the location of a gathering of hundreds of people from all over the country to participate in a conference organized by the Council of Indigenous Peoples of Honduras and other organizations linked to the National Front of Popular Resistance. The event took place within the framework of the struggle for a constitutional assembly that would be an expression of the re-founding of Honduras, according to the declarations of its organizers.
Journalists José Bayardo Mairena Ramírez y Manuel Juárez, Assassinated
03/28/2010 - Two journalists in the eastern Honduran department of Olancho, José Bayardo Mairena Ramírez and Manuel Juárez, were killed Saturday, March 27. The vehicle they were riding is was riddled with bullets, according to an official source from the Fire Department in the area.
Professor José Manuel Flores, FNRP member, assassinated
03/25/2010 - On March 23, at three in the afternoon witnesses saw two pickup vehicles approaching from the rear of the premises of the the Official High School Institute San Jose del Pedregal, one green and another color white.
Francisco Castillo, FNRP member, assassinated
03/23/2010 - Wednesday, March 17 at 5:30 pm, Francisco Castillo, member of the National Resistance Against the Coup, was assassinated. Before the coup, Francisco Castillo worked for a company owned by Miguel Facusse, but his involvement in the coup made him quit his job.
Poll Proposed for "Refoundation of Honduras"
03/23/2010 - Carlos H. Reyes, President of STIBYS, the beverage workers' union, commented that there were 20 working groups that analyzed different things to be included in the constitution, such as political forms, the economic model, human rights, the rights of indigenous and Afro-Caribbean peoples, labor, gender, etc.
Directors of COHDEFOR in Bonito Oriental, assassinated
03/19/2010 - Jose Antonio Cardoz and Jose Concepcion Carias, both around 50-years-old, were killed at noon March 18th by unidentified individuals who opened fire with a shotgun as the campesinos were driving home after a day’s work in Bonito Oriental.
Killing of TV Journalist Spawns Protest
03/19/2010 - Dozens of journalists took to the streets Monday in northern Honduras to protest attacks on their colleagues after gunmen killed a television journalist in a hail of bullets -- the third such slaying in two weeks.
Third Honduran journalist gunned down in two weeks
New York, March 16, 2010— Unidentified attackers gunned down Honduran journalist Nahúm Palacios Arteaga in the city of Tocoa on Sunday, the third deadly attack against the Honduran press in the last two weeks, according to news reports. Honduran authorities must put an end to the wave of deadly violence and ensure that the killers are punished, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.
David Enrique Meza, journalist, assassinated
03/15/2010 - Journalist David Enrique Meza Ceibeño Montesinos, 51 years old, was shot dead today in the afternoon in his car, by unidentified men who followed him in another vehicle. The car driven by David Meza crashed into a fence a few yards from his home.
IACHR DEPLORES MURDERS, KIDNAPPINGS, AND ATTACKS IN HONDURAS
03/11/2010 - Washington, D.C., March 8, 2010—The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) condemns and laments the murders last month of three persons in Honduras who were active in the resistance to the coup d’état or related to activists. It also deplores the kidnappings, arbitrary detentions, acts of torture, sexual violations, and illegal raids to which other members of the resistance have been victims. The IACHR also expresses its deep concern over information it has received indicating that sons and daughters of activists are being threatened and harassed, and that in two cases they have been killed.
Hooded armed men execute two campesinos
03/11/2010 - Today Tuesday, armed men assassinated two Honduran campesinos in the proximity of the El Naranjo community, in the Atlántida department.
US Congresspeople Condemn Human Rights Violations, Call For Accountability
03/08/2010 - Nine US Congresspeople have urged US Government Officials, including Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, to put pressure on President Porfirio Lobo to alleviate the human rights crisis in Honduras. Their remarks appear in a letter addressed to Secretary of State Clinton detailing recent attacks on activists and asking that the US Government make the curtailment of human rights violations and pursuit of accountability for the perpetrators a pre-condition for normalized relations with the new Honduran Government.
U.S. to Resume Aid to Honduras
03/08/2010 - March 5 -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, on her first trip to Central America since last June’s coup in Honduras, announced the U.S. is restoring aid to the country and urged its neighbors to normalize ties following the election of a new president.
Women in the resistance receive the most threats
03/08/2010 - Blanca Dole, Celeste Mejía and Gabriela Flores, of the COFEMUN directive, denounced that they are followed constantly since last December by vehicles with polarized windows and no nameplates, and receive threatening phone calls asking for abortion pills and where abortion clinics are.
Honduras: Entrenched Corruption
03/04/2010 - Corruption in Honduras has taken root at every level of the state, which is helpless to combat it because of the lack of credibility of most of its institutions, the erosion of social capital and the public perception that the problem is here to stay.
Hooded Men Beat, Try To Kidnap Activist
03/04/2010 - On Friday, February 26 five hooded men tried to kidnap Tomás Enrique García Castillo, a university student and National Front of Popular Resistance member. He was beaten brutally when he resisted their attempts to take him into a vehicle by force. This occurred when he was coming back at night from class, between the Kennedy and Víctor F. Ardón neighborhoods.
U.S. Government Response to Elections
03/03/2010 - Despite criticism of the Nov. 29 Honduran election and continued political repression and censorship and violence against dissidents in Honduras, the State Department has continued to praise the new Lobo government.
Human Rights Watch: Investigate Attacks on Coup Opponents
03/03/2010 - Honduran authorities should ensure that recent killings and other attacks on opponents of the 2009 coup are promptly and thoroughly investigated, Human Rights Watch said today in a letter to Attorney General Luis Alberto Rubí.
WASHINGTON OFFICE ON LATIN AMERICA Deplores Escalation of Human Rights Violations in Honduras
03/02/2010 - The Washington Office on Latin America (WOLA) is deeply concerned about the escalation of severe human rights violations in Honduras . WOLA calls for an end to these attacks, for a thorough investigation of these criminal acts and for the perpetrators to be brought to justice.
Proposed truth commission delayed
03/02/2010 - On Feb. 25, former Guatemalan Vice President Eduardo Stein, who was appointed by Honduran President Porfírio Lobo to head the Truth Commission Ad-hoc Committee, announced a delay in the installation of a Honduran truth commission. Stein is tasked with setting the working parameters for the committee and finding its constituents. The establishment of a truth commission had been part of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Accord brokered last fall in an effort to end the national political crisis in Honduras
History Repeats: Committee of Relatives of the Detained-Disappeared of Honduras
03/01/2010 - “The so-called 80’s were characterized by a wave of violence in several countries in Latin America. Our country, Honduras, was not an exception. Even though the phenomenon of ‘disappearances’ occurred mostly during the military dictatorships, many people also vanished during democratically elected governments.”
254 Human Rights Violations under the Pepe Lobo Regime
02/26/2010 - Less than a month after Porfirio Loba Sosa came to power, 254 human rights violations have been committed, an average of 9 cases per day, which contradicts the government’s claims before the international community that fundamental rights are being respected. The announcement was made during a press conference held at the offices of The Committee of the Families of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH) on February 25.
National People’s Resistance Front Activist, Claudia Larissa Brizuela, Assassinated
02/25/2010 - A well-known activist in National People’s Resistance Front (FNRP), Claudia Brizuela, was killed Wednesday, February 24 in her home in San Pedro Sula. Her two young children, ages 2 and 8, witnessed their mother’s murder.
Honduras: new government, same terror
02/24/2010 - Despite the supposed normalization of Honduras since the transfer of power to President Porfirio Lobo last month, grave human rights abuses targeting opponents of last year's coup d'etat continue unabated. On Feb. 15, Julio Funes Benítez, a member of the water and sewage workers union SITRASANAA and a local leader of the anti-coup National Resistance Front, was shot dead in the city of Comayagüela by four unknown men in a taxi.
From the USA To the People of Honduras - You are Not Alone!
02/24/2010 - We Salute the Honduran People in Resistance and the March of Resistance on February 25, 2010.
Interview with veteran Honduran activist Dr. Juan Almendares
02/22/2010 - Dr. Almendares has been a figure in the Honduran social movements since the 1970’s. He told us that he currently has three projects: One is the resistance; second, the environmental struggle against mining companies and multinationals; and the third is the CPTRT, a center for prevention of torture, and denouncing military and police brutality. He also continues to run a medical clinic for the poor.
COMMUNIQUE FROM COFADEH, TEGUCIGALPA - February 7, 2010
The Committee of the Families of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH) are denouncing that today, Sunday, February 7 at 8 am, Caniel Martinez, who was in the offices of our organization received a phone call from the number 222-71-44 in which a woman told him, “Be careful there will be an attack against you, especially those of you who are in the street”.
Union worker and resistance member, Julio Fúnez Benítez, assassinated
02/21/2010 - Julio Fúnez Benítez, an active member of the resistance and union worker with SANAA, Workers Union of Aqueducts and Sewer Systems, was assassinated with three shots in the Brisas de Olancho neighborhood, by two hit men who were wearing baseball hats and were driving a motorcycle, around 6:00 pm, Monday, February 15.
State Terrorism against the resistance movement contradicts discourse of reconciliation
Feb. 5, 2010 COFADEH.- The state terrorism which has been implemented since June 28, 2009 against the people of Honduras in the form of selective crimes, political persecution and other human rights violations contradicts the discourse of reconciliation and the installation of a Truth Commission.
The two Honduras
On January 27, 2010, some 300,000 Hondurans marched in the streets of Tegucigalpa , NOT for the incoming President Pepe Lobo, winner of the illegal presidential “elections” of November 28, 2009, but rather FOR President Mel Zelaya, illegally ousted in the June 28, 2009 military coup.
Open Letter on MLK Day About Human Rights Violations in Honduras
January 18, 2010 – Martin Luther King Day
From Coup-lite to Truth-lite: US Policy and Death Squad Democracy in Honduras
by Andrés Thomas Conteris
01/06/2010 - In the Top Ten Ways You Can Tell Which Side the United States Government is On With Regard to the Military Coup in Honduras , Mark Weisbrot correctly illustrates U.S. backing for the coup regime and its lack of support for democracy. For more than 100 days, I have been holed up inside the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, accompanying President Manuel Zelaya and covering the story for Democracy Now! and other independent media. In case Mark's points were not convincing, here are 10 more ways to help you decide.
Killing Activists in Honduras
12/23/2009 - “As a revolutionary I will be today, tomorrow and forever on the front lines of my people, all the while knowing that I may lose my life." - Walter Trochez, 25, murdered in Tegucigalpa on 12/13/09
Writer's Union chronicle on the 158th Day of Resistance: "The struggle continues"
158th day of Peaceful marches and the tireless Marchers:
Abstentionism Wins the Honduran Coup-Regime Elections! Altering the Figures Can’t Alter the Facts.
12/4/2009.- The National U.S. Committee in Solidarity with the People of Honduras declared that an abstention rate of 62% (only 38% voted) in the Coup regime’s elections on November 29 has been calculated by Honduran Congressperson Elvia Argentina Valle, using the total of votes (1.7 million) reported as of 9 p.m. on election day by the military-controlled Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) and the number of registered voters officially reported by the TSE prior to the elections (4.6 million). Since the election, false, preposterous percentages based on altered (and unaccountable) baseline figures have been announced by the coup-controlled TSE and repeated unquestioningly by international media outlets, claiming that these elections broke records in voter participation. Those bogus figures simply cannot stand up to serious scrutiny.
Letter from Manit@ Migrante to President Barack Obama, Leader of the mightiest nation on earth
Dear President Obama,
Communique of the Resistance: The electoral farce has been defeated
With satisfaction we announce to the Honduran people and the international community that the electoral farce staged by the dictatorship has been soundly defeated due to the meager turnout at the polls, to the extent that the Electoral Court coup had to extend voting for another hour until 5 pm
COFADEH denounces repression plan
The Committee of Detained and Disappeared of Honduras (COFADEH) expresses its concern to the national and international community regarding the deterioration of the human rights situation in Honduras which is deepening each day.
United States backs illegal elections in Honduras – Betrays process to restore Constitutional order
November 20, 2009.- After five months of political chaos in Honduras, repeated attempts to reach a negotiated agreement for restoration of Constitutional order have failed due to the defiant recalcitrance of the Micheletti coup regime and the complicity of the State Department. Given this impasse and the deepening human rights crisis, it is widely recognized that conditions for holding free, fair and transparent elections on November 29th, just days from now, do not exist.
AFL-CIO President to Sec. Clinton: "an interim unity government without the representation of President Zelaya invalidates the elections"
11/17/2009 - The current environment in Honduras, including an illegitimate government in power makes free, fair and open elections impossible. The violent and coercive repression of political opposition to the de facto coup regime, including trade unionists, has continued. At least twelve trade unionists have died in the violence since June 28th. National and international human rights organizations report ongoing human rights violations committed by state security forces, including killings, severe beatings, sexual violence, the imprisonment and torture of activists, as well as the arrest and detention of Zelaya's supporters.
United States' Intervention in Honduras: Then & Now
11/16/2009 - Given that we are aware of the history of this topic, it would be irrational to think that US involvement in the Honduran coup comes in the interest of Honduran democracy, insofar as that phrase implies governance by, of, & for the people. The architect of the US constitution, James Madison, was inspired by the need to create a Magna Carta that would prevent the redistribution of wealth from the haves to the have-nots. Democracy was something of a necessary evil that needed to be limited, thus was born "representative democracy," or governance by, of, & for the oligarchy. Since 1898, in the name of this democracy, the United States has overturned over forty governments in the countries that form Latin America. Some were dictators, others were elected democrats, but they were all guilty of challenging North American corporate interests to a lesser or greater degree.
Response to Lanny Davis
11/10/2009 - In his article concerning recent developments in Honduras, Lanny Davis skews the situation in that country, perpetrating outright untruths that serve only the military/empresario coup he is being paid to represent.
Communique of the National Front of Resistance Against the Coup in Honduras regarding the electoral farse
The National Front of Resistance Against the Coup declares to the Honduran people and the International Community
If Pres. Zelaya is not restored to power we will not recognize the elections
Communique No. 33
Statement by the National Front of Resistance about agreement that would return Manuel Zelaya to the Presidency
The National Front of Resistance to the Coup d'Etát, facing the imminent signing of a negotiated agreement between the commission representing the legitimate President Manuel Zelaya Rosales and the representatives of the de facto regime, communicates the following to the Honduran people and the international community:
From Guantanamo to Honduras: Psychological Wars Then and Now
10/28/2009 - One timely example is Honduras. In June of this year, President Manuel Zelaya was violently removed from power in a military coup d’état and replaced with a non-elected government, led by former National Congress leader Roberto Micheletti. Since his return to Honduras September 21, President Zelaya has been residing with supporters in the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa, with Honduran armed forces stationed outside.
Honduran Accords Hung Up on Zelaya's Reinstatement
10/16/2009 - Talks between representatives of the coup regime and the constitutional government of President Manuel Zelaya reached consensus on eight of nine points yesterday. But the missing point is the same one that that has has held up any agreement to end the stand-off since Day One of the coup d'Ã©tat over three months ago.
National Front in Resistance Against the Coup De'etat abandons negotiations
10/16/2009 - The golpista (coup-makers) delegation, in a typical act of intransigence and with the purpose of hindering the progress of the negotiations, attempted to paralyze the dialogue by refusing to accept that our representative sign "with reservations" point No.3 of the agreement concerning the waiving of the installation of a National Constituent Assembly.
SOA graduates and military coups in Honduras and Venezuela at MIT
10/14/2009 - Lisa Sullivan, a long-time activist working to close the School of the Americas (now the Western Hemisphere Institute for Security Cooperation - WHISC or WHINSEC) and the Venezuelan Consul General in Boston, Omar Sierra presented a lecture on "The Involvement of Graduates from the School of the Americas in the Coup d'etat in Honduras and Venezuela.
NY Times reports on Honduras dictatorship closing of democratic radio stations
Honduras Shuts Down 2 News Outlets
Honduras Quagmire: Time Magazine Interview with Zelaya
Honduran President Manuel Zelaya believes he put his adversaries' backs to the wall this week. He may, however, have painted himself into a corner as well. By sneaking back into Honduras on Sept. 21 and taking refuge inside the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa, the exiled leader - deposed in a June 28 military coup - hoped to turn up pressure on the de facto government to negotiate a settlement that would put him back in office until his term ends in January. But in a telephone interview with TIME on Friday, Zelaya complained of noxious tear gas wafting into the embassy, the scene this week of deadly clashes between his supporters and Honduran security forces.
Honduras dictatorship using chemical weapons to force President Zelaya and supporters out of the Brazilian Embassy
As reported at 10:30am today (September 25, 2009) on Honduran radio “Radio Globo”, by the Honduran First Lady, Xiomara Castro de Zelaya, wife of President Zelaya, it is strongly suspected that the illegal military-oligarchic regime, headed by Roberto Micheletti and General Ramon Vasquez Velasquez, is intentionally spraying chemical compounds and toxic gases at and around the Brazilian embassy, resulting in serious illness to 87 people inside the embassy.
Spoiling Manuel Zelaya's homecoming
09/23/2009 - The US should not stand by while the coup government in Honduras brutally cracks down on Manuel Zelaya's supporters
Mel Zelaya has arrived in Tegucigalpa!!!
09/21/2009 - Mel Zelaya has arrived in Tegucigalpa!!!
Honduras: De facto regime cannot sustain itself until November
09/16/2009 - An interview with Leticia Salomon, director of Scientific Research for the UNAH, by Jennifer Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org), http://alainet.org/active/32978
U.S. Revokes Official Visas in Honduras
09/13/2009 - TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (AP) — Honduran officials said Saturday that the United States had taken away the diplomatic and tourist visas of 17 interim government officials and the acting president.
Rerun in Honduras: Coup pretext recycled from Brazil ’64
09/11/2009 - The pretext for the Honduran coup d’état is nothing new. In a remarkable replay, bogus charges that the corporate media in the U.S. and Europe have repeated endlessly without attempting to substantiate—that Honduran president Manuel Zelaya sought to amend the country’s constitution to run for another term—are virtually identical to the sham justification for the 1964 coup against Brazilian president João Goulart.
US Cuts Aid To Honduras In Support Of Ex-leader
09/09/2009 - The Obama administration on Thursday cut off all aid to the Honduran government over the ouster of President Manuel Zelaya, making permanent a temporary suspension of U.S. assistance put in place after he was deposed in June.
The Priest of the People and the Forest
09/08/2009 - The illegal de facto regime of Honduras has stripped Father Jose Andres Tamayo Cortez of his nationality. Salvadoran by birth, Tamayo has been a Honduran national for over 20 years. In 2005, he was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize, for his work in defense of the forests and rivers.
FMI otorga más de 150 millones de dólares al Gobierno de facto de Honduras
09/03/2009 - El Fondo Monetario Internacional (FMI) otorgó 163, 9 millones de dólares al Gobierno de facto hondureño de Roberto Micheletti, presuntamente para fortalecer las reservas e inyectar liquidez a la economía de este país que sigue hundido en una fuerte crisis política.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) gave $163. 9 million to the de facto Honduran government run by Roberto Micheletti.
09/03/2009 - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) gave $163. 9 million to the de facto Honduran government run by Roberto Micheletti, presumably to strengthen its reserve and inject liquidity into the economy of this country that remains mired in a sharp political crisis.