Egyptian revolutions in Honduras, Swaziland?


This video from Honduras says about itself:

Bertha Olivas of Honduran human rights organization COFADEH presents a report detailing the 1161 human rights abuses committed in the first 17 days of the coup: arbitrary arrests, physical attacks, media repression, and four murders. The woman sitting beside Bertha is the mother of one of the murder victims: 19-year-old Isis Obed Murillo.

Teachers, agricultural workers, taxi drivers and students launched sit-down protests around Honduras on Thursday to demand an end to President Porfirio Lobo’s “oligarchic policies” and the return of ousted former president Manuel Zelaya.

Swaziland: Thousands of public-sector staff took to the streets of Mbanane today against King Mswati III’s government and his drive to freeze their salaries: here.

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  1. Pingback: Honduras regime kills teacher | Dear Kitty. Some blog

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