Too Late for Free Elections This Month, She Says from Washington
The political military coup in Honduras, which took place on June 28, 2009, has special characteristics which differentiate it from past coups in this country and in the rest of Latin America.
The first component is the participation of the old followers of the National Security Doctrine that have...
Honduras: Briefing with COFADEH leader Bertha Oliva, General Coordinator of COFADEH, Committee of Relatives of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras and Jessica Mariela Sanchez of Honduran Feminists in Resistance
Thursday, November 5, 2009 11 AM Cannon 210
The Agreement: Just the Beginning of the Struggle
Before 6a.m. on 28 June 2009, the Armed Forces of Honduras forcibly removed elected president Manuel Zelaya from his home and left him in his pajamas on a runway in Costa Rica. Electricity and media channels were cut off in Tegucigalpa, and turned...
Here is a copy of the accord which was signed between President Zelaya and Micheletti. Unfortunately it is only available in Spanish.