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Comrades in Arms July 20, 2009

Posted by ramosy in Uncategorized.
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It was the belief that Zelaya was in the course of following Chávez’s antidemocratic model, summoning mobs into the streets and trying to hold an illegal election, that prompted the legislature to call for his arrest. Zelaya has not renounced power. His aides have threatened to fight if negotiations do not succeed in regaining the presidency for him. Chávez has mentioned invading Honduras. What is discomfiting to Hondurans–a plurality of whom favor Zelaya’s ouster–is that the United Nations, the Organization of American States, the European Union, and the United States all have taken the side of Chávez.

Posted via web from Honduras: “The little country that could!”

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