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Honduran Police State Repression (tags)

police state

"Nos tienen miedo porque no tenemos miedo" (tags)

"Desde el 5 de agosto comenzó la marcha del pueblo en resistencia que llegó este martes a Tegucigalpa. Una multitud reclamó la salida de los usurpadores del poder y advirtió que profundizarán su protesta por el retorno de la institucionalidad al país y el regreso del legítimo presidente, Manuel Zelaya."

Prensa Latina (tags)

"La junta que usurpó el poder el 28 de junio desplegó inspectores en escuelas, institutos y otros centros laborales a fin de verificar que se cumpla con la reducción del sueldo a los manifestantes. El objetivo de la medida es tratar de contener las marchas, tomas de carreteras y otras demostraciones pacíficas del pueblo en contra de los golpistas y en demanda del retorno a la institucionalidad. De igual forma, la represión militar en Honduras a los manifestantes y núcleos de la resistencia nacional contra el golpe de Estado aumenta su ferocidad porque crece la oposición al gobierno de facto, denuncia hoy el diario Tiempo."

OBAMA'S FIRST MILITARY COUP (tags)

[Note: As of 11:15am, Caracas time, President Zelaya is speaking live on Telesur from San Jose, Costa Rica. He has verified the soldiers entered his residence in the early morning hours, firing guns and threatening to kill him and his family if he resisted the coup. He was forced to go with the soldiers who took him to the air base and flew him to Costa Rica. He has requested the U.S. Government make a public statement condemning the coup, otherwise, it will indicate their compliance.] Caracas, Venezuela - The text message that beeped on my cell phone this morning read “Alert, Zelaya has been kidnapped, coup d’etat underway in Honduras, spread the word.” It’s a rude awakening for a Sunday morning, especially for the millions of Hondurans that were preparing to exercise their sacred right to vote today for the first time on a consultative referendum concerning the future convening of a constitutional assembly to reform the constitution. Supposedly at the center of the controversary is today’s scheduled referendum, which is not a binding vote but merely an opinion poll to determine whether or not a majority of Hondurans desire to eventually enter into a process to modify their constitution.

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