Honduran Congress Says No to Restitution of Zelaya

On Tuesday December 2, 2009, Honduran Congress, in a historic session open to national and international news media, are voting one by one, giving their name and their vote regarding the restitution of ex honduran president Manuel “Mel” Zelaya. The mayority of congressmen are voting against the restitution of Mel Zelaya. Many have given their […]
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Porfirio “Pepe” Lobo Elected President of Honduras

The honduran elections held on the last sunday of November as specified in the electoral law, came and went in civic order. Hondurans visted their poll stations in droves and voted for their new public officials. Voter turnout is estimated at over 70%. When Manuel Zelaya was elected president, only 54% of registered voters participated. […]
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Shannon US Dept of State: Decision on Zelaya’s Reinstatement Must be Respected

Thomas A. Shannon Jr., Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs, stated yesterday, that the agreement signed in Honduras by both parties representing Manuel Zelaya Rosales and Roberto Micheletti states that the decision made by Congress must be respected by both sides. Shannon reiterated that the United States and the International community […]
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Honduras’ 8 Point Accord, Zelaya in Hands of Congress

Honduras’ 8 Point Accord, Zelaya in Hands of Congress The accord ex president Zelaya’s and president Micheletti’s sides will sign tonight, contemplates Zelaya’s restitution will be considered by the Honduran Congress after consultation with the Honduran Supreme Court. The agreement is comprised of 8 points which are: 1. Creation of a unity and reconciliation government. […]
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Political Crisis in Honduras Comes to An End, Deal Reached

A deal was reached between the sides representing President Roberto Micheletti and ex President Manuel Zelaya Rosales. After 4 months of the presidential succession in Honduras, which has been denounced around the world as a military coup in which Manuel Zelaya was removed from office and later expelled to Costa Rica, a deal has been […]
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US insists on a solution that restores Zelaya to power against the Honduran Constitution

Iam Kelly, spokesman for the United States Department of State, said in the latest press briefing held on October23, that the United States is eager to find a solution to the ongoing conflict and try and reach a solution that restores the democratically elected president to power. According to legal and political experts in Honduran […]
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Ex President Zelaya Demonstrates His Recklessness to the World

In a reckless act that could have ended in tragedy, ex Honduran president Manuel Zelaya Rosales “Mel Zelaya”, attempted to cross the border between Honduras and Nicaragua. The ex president did not actually come into Honduras were he would have been arrested, but remained in a “neutral dead zone” between the borders of both countries […]
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Ousted Honduran Leader Accused of Theft

Probe launched after foes say president stole from government By Sara A. Carter (Contact) Please read the whole story at the Washington Times. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2009/jul/22/zelaya-accused-of-cash-withdrawal/ These guys are beginning to do investigative work. This is just one of the many corruption acts commited by the previous honduran government led by Manuel Zelaya Rosales. Another corruption act […]
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The Votes are In – Zelayas’ Illegal Referendum

The Attorney General’s office inspected the third floor of the building annex of the Presidential Palace and discovered evidence of fraud, abuse of power and corruption by misuse of government funds in order to hold the illegal referendum which led to Zelaya violating the constitution and his ouster from power. The locale was rented by […]
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Dummy Guide To Honduras’ Removal of Zelaya

We are presenting this article written by Octavio Sánchez, (appeared on the CS Monitor Opinion section, http://www.csmonitor.com/2009/0702/p09s03-coop.html) as a Dummy Guide to the current situation in Honduras which is being called a coup d’etat but really is not. A ‘coup’ in Honduras? Nonsense. Don’t believe the myth. The arrest of President Zelaya represents the triumph […]
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