This video from Honduras says about itself:
Carlos Reyes, [then still] independent presidential candidate in Honduras, speaks on the U.S.’s divided stance on the illegal military coup. The interview occurs during a massive July 14 march in Tegucigalpa to press for an end to the illegal coup regime and a reinstatement of the legitimate president.
From British daily The Morning Star:
Boycott launched of military-led Honduran election
Tuesday 10 November 2009
Mr Reyes said that to participate in the elections “would mean following the strategy of the coup-installed government.
“The army has its nose in everything, there is repression throughout the country,” he declared: “All state institutions are run not only by the military, but by the putschists,” he added.
The anti-coup Resistance Front, which Mr Reyes helps to co-ordinate, say that it is too late to ensure a free and fair ballot.
“Participation in such a process would give legitimacy to the coup regime and to its successor,” the progressive alliance said in a statement.
This video from the USA says about itself:
Hands Off Honduras coalition stop the repression in Honduras
Action in South Minneapolis, Minnesota with a coalition formed by different local progresive organizations.
“On November 29, we are not going to have time to vote”, Juan Barahona, a leader of the National Resistance Front Against the Coup on Honduras (FNRG) told the media in front of the Honduran Congress on November 12, Rightsaction.org said that day: here.