Source: Americas Mexico Blog This morning the president of Honduras was surrounded by military units and forcibly deposed. He is now in Costa Rica. The people are in the streets and the government has been […]
The Presidential residence is surrounded; the president is kidnapped and flown out of the country. Thousands take to the streets, but the mainstream television stations report nothing. No, this is not Venezuela in 2002. Nor is it Haiti, 2004. It’s Honduras, 2009, but roughly the same story is once again being told, on a different stage with different actors. But that difference could mean everything.
Fuente: Rebelion 1- Lo que había convocado para ayer, lo que los golpistas han impedido, no era la reelección permanente de Zelaya ni la presidencia vitalicia. Ni siquiera la reforma de la constitución. Lo que […]
Fuente: Telesur Cientos de hondureños continúan en las calles este lunes, pese al toque de queda de 48 horas decretado el pasado domingo por el presidente de facto Roberto Micheletti, exigiendo el regreso del presidente […]
Source: Americas Mexico Blog Here are English translations of today’s declarations from Via Campesina International and COPINH. There has been a conspicuous absence of voices from the citizens’ organizations that support the president and the […]
On Sunday, Hondurans were expecting to vote in a first ever nation-wide survey. In stead they woke up to find out that the military had taken control of the streets and their elected President Manuel […]
Could the diplomatic thaw between Venezuela and the United States be coming to an abrupt end? At the recent Summit of the Americas held in Port of Spain, Barack Obama shook Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez’s […]