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Honduras to Have “Free and Fair” Elections with Disrespect for Human Rights
Thursday, November 26, 2009 TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS, NOVEMBER 27, 2009: The National Front Against the Coup D’état has taken many different approaches to overthrowing the de facto government. On June 28 when people were scheduled to vote on the non-binding referendum, it was word of mouth that brought people to the presidential palace, in confusion and with conviction.
The very first night the country was put under curfew.
One of those people is Oscar Flores. A 54 year old man from San Pedro Sula, he has designated himself to remind the resistance movement how many days they have overcome. He arrives at every activity holding a sign, tallying the number of days since the coup d’état and the number of days Zelaya has been held prisoner in the Brazilian Embassy.Read More