Argentine president joins Zelaya in return to Honduras


Cristina Fernández de Kirchner

From the Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina:

CFK to join Zelaya in return to Honduras

President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner will join Honduran President Manuel Zelaya in his return to that country, after a coup overthrew his government on Sunday, an unidentified source in the government told reporters in Buenos Aires.

“The President will be among the delegation of the Association of American States that will travel to Honduras with Zelaya,” said the source. The decision of the Kirchner administration was adopted “to show the clear political will of the region to return the ousted authority to his post,” he added.

Zelaya, a leftist president who is very close to Venezuelan leader Hugo Chávez, was captured by a military operation on Sunday and he was brought to Costa Rica …

The coup in Honduras was condemned by the OAS, the European Union, the UN and the government of the United States, which imports about 80 percent of Honduras’ exports.

It is to be hoped that the Pinochet wannabees of Honduras will give up peacefully; and will not try with violence, like the real Pinochet of Chile and the Argentine dictators did, to stop Zelaya from returning to work in the presidential office.

Laura Carlsen: Honduran Coup Turns Violent, Sanctions Imposed: here.

The US and the Honduran coup: here.

14 thoughts on “Argentine president joins Zelaya in return to Honduras

  1. UN APPEL DU HONDURAS :

    Bonsoir Michel,

    Au même instant que tes messages arrivent, bien des choses importantes sont en train de se passer en Honduras. Radio Progreso est interdite d’antenne depuis ce lundi vers 10H00 d’Honduras. La page web de la station est aussi bloquée. En revanche, ALER a réussi à faire passer mon signal de Progreso à travers son système satellitaire.
    Je te demande au nom de nos frères honduriens de faire tout ton possible pour diffuser la nouvelle et faire le nécessaire pour empêcher que la population hondurienne reste dans l’ignorance de ce qui est en train de se passer là-bas. Plusieurs dirigeants et membres de la résistance populaire hondurienne n’arrêtent pas de demander cela. Faire savoir qu’ils occupent des postes de péage, des ponts etc et ont promis de rester mobilisés dans une grève nationale au finish jusqu’au retour de Mel Zelaya, le président légitime de ce pays.

    http://www.aler.org

    Pour ceux qui parlent ou comprennent la langue, cliquez sur ALER satelite en directo.
    VENCEREMOS! NOUS VAINCRONS!
    Bien à toi,
    Alejandro

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