This is a video of a demonstration in Honduras against dictator Micheletti, or “Goriletti” as they call him.
From British daily The Morning Star:
Tuesday 24 November 2009
Mr Zelaya told the Radio Globo station on Monday that the November 29 presidential elections were an attempt to legitimise his overthrow and he said that “whoever is elected will be as illegitimate as (Roberto) Micheletti,” the leader of the illegal coup.
Mr Zelaya called on the region “not to adopt ambiguous or imprecise positions like the one shown now by the United States, whose final position has weakened the effort to reverse the coup, illustrating the division in the international community.”
The Obama administration has endorsed this Sunday’s elections in Honduras under conditions in which the regime that overthrew President Manuel Zelaya last June remains in power and is preparing to suppress popular opposition to an illegitimate vote: here.
Honduras prepares for election, but only US has said it will recognise the results: here.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and his Argentine counterpart Cristina Kirchner have both voiced their rejection to the elections in Honduras. Lula says, “The elections to be held on Nov. 29 will not be recognized and (otherwise) a very dangerous precedent will be set”.
GUAPINOL, Honduras, Nov 27 (Tierramérica) – The beating sun in southern Honduras doesn’t stop a group of women from throwing themselves into the task of protecting and recuperating a mangrove forest on the Pacific coast: here.
Right-wing rancher Porfirio Lobo has been declared the winner of Honduras’s controversial presidential election, despite up to two-thirds of voters shunning the polls.
Sunday’s elections in Honduras were marked by systematic repression and mass abstention. Nonetheless, the Obama administration hailed the vote as a “legitimate way out” of the five-month-old crisis that began with the June 28 coup: here.
LATIN AMERICA: Summit Does Not Recognise Elections in Honduras: here.
Because of its interest we publish this report by an Argentinean trade unionist about the reaction of the masses to the election farce in Honduras on November 29: here.
Honduras: Australia should not recognise the fraudulent elections or the military regime: here.
- Thousands protest election result in Honduras (aljazeera.com)
- U.S. delegation denounces election fraud in Honduras (workers.org)
- Spiking Pre-Election Violence In Honduras – Analysis (eurasiareview.com)
- hold UPDATE 1-Thousands take to the streets in Honduras to protest election result (trust.org)