Honduran Constitution: Still Explosive, But No Longer Set in Stone

January 21, 2011 Rodolfo Pastor Fasquelle 0
The Honduran Congress’s decision last week to allow popular referendums to amend the Constitution is nothing short of momentous given the country’s tumultous historical span of the last two years. The significance, if not the irony, lies in the fact that many of these representatives who support these constitutional reforms opposed them when they were put forward by former President Manuel Zelaya.
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