Honduras Accompaniment Project Honduras Accompaniment Project works to accompany the nonviolent social movement in Honduras in the face of the repression begun by the coup.

News and Analysis

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On Friday October 30th, a U.S. brokered, Agreement for National Reconciliation and the Strengthening of Democracy in Honduras was signed between President Zelaya and coup regime leader Micheletti. Among many sectors, the deal is being hailed as a triumph for democracy in Honduras.
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Text of the Agreement Signed on October 30, 2009 By Negotiating Teams of the Elected Government of President Zelaya and Coup Regime of Roberto Micheletti, Tegucigalpa, Honduras,  
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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 Dear Colleague:
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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...