- Published on Tuesday, 07 July 2009 04:30
Urgent call to U.S. social movements
The arrogant rejection of the negotiation efforts by OAS by the perpetrators of the Military Coup, has complicated the situation in Honduras. At the end of the 72 hours ultimatum issued by the OAS to restore the presidency of Manuel Zelaya, the usurpers have intensified the repression against the thousands of Hondurans who have taken the streets of Tegucigalpa and the main towns, to protest against the Military Coup, and especially against the social leaders of the movement. The usurpers have tightened the control of the media to hide form the world the massive acts of protest against the Military Coup.
The resistance and the struggle of the Honduran people have increased in the last three days. Yesterday, in the peoples’ march to repudiate the coup, approximately 150 thousand people participated.
- Published on Tuesday, 07 July 2009 04:19
Insulza announces the suspension of the participation of Honduras in the Organization of American States (OAS) due to the interruption of constitutional order
In a hotel in Tegucigalpa, Honduras at 8pm yesterday night, the Secretary General of OAS (Organisation of American States) Miguel Insulza stated the following at a press conference:
‘There has been a serious interruption to constitutional order in Honduras due to the expulsion of the President of the Republic from Honduras.
The OAS continues to recognize José Manuel Zelaya Rosales as the legitimate president of Honduras.
- Published on Monday, 06 July 2009 04:57
- Published on Sunday, 05 July 2009 13:20
Popular and social movements agreed to meet in front of Universidad Pedagógica Francisco Morazán in Tegucigalpa at 8am. There, thousands of people from the different social movements that exist in the country, wearing red and black shirts, hats, caps and neckerchiefs and holding up banners, posters and flags, continue to protest on the streets of Honduras demanding the reinstatement of President José Manuel Zelaya Rosales, who has been expelled from power since the early hours of 28 June by power groups in the country with the involvement of the army, the police and other state powers who undertook the Coup d'Etat in Honduras.