14 of 15 Judges Said NO

The Supreme Court has given their analysis to the Secretariat of the National Congress, on the return of former President Manuel Zelaya.

A panel of four judges, headed by Judiciary Chairman Jorge Alberto Rivera, arrived around 11:00 at the legislative palace to deliver their report on the fifth point of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement.
Judge James Calix said that 14 of the 15 judges reached a consensus on the document submitted to the legislature, and that it adheres to the Constitution of Honduras and its legal framework.

“The National Congress has the information to analyze the overall context of the public and official actions of citizen Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales to help you assess whether they were performed in adherence to what was outlined in the Constitution of the Republic, the legal order”, the SJC said in a statement.

The NC will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 2 to discuss whether or not to restore the former president to power.

5 Responses to "14 of 15 Judges Said NO"

  1. miraclemant  November 29, 2009 at 2:29 pm

    I would like to know who the lone judge is that sided with z’liar? and how much did he get paid for his vote????

  2. gonow  November 28, 2009 at 3:28 pm

    honduras does not need the help from the u.n. to write or rewrite the constitution but i agree that if a proper impeachment prosidure had been in place that would have made things a lot easier to git rid of zelaya he would have had his time in court ……and be in prison now and not cousing any more problems……. .but look on the bright side election tomorrow …..and your government did not bow down to all the international presure ….good luck ……. from canada

  3. miraclemant  November 27, 2009 at 6:27 pm

    We say no thank you to the U.N…… they are the most inept organization in the history of the world.

    Honduras’s rule of law has worked, even as the marxist of the world (chavez, castro, ortega, obama, and clinton) tried to circumvent our laws, and extent the power or another corrupt polititian z’liar.

    Honduras, the day is almost here, Stay STRONG, and vote without fear. Do not let the would be thieves steal this day from you……

    2 more days……..

  4. mwatefall  November 27, 2009 at 3:44 pm

    Now its time for the UN to ensure Honduras re-writes her Constitution. Honduras need to include proper Impeachment procedures against corruption, and civil liberties, such as, freedom of speech.


  5. Axel Reyes Bogran  November 27, 2009 at 6:55 am

    Way to go, and the only way to go.

    If Zelaya had been allowed back in, under any pretense, it would have meant that, either he did not break the law (which he did) or that we did not deserve the respect of the world, which we earned after standing our ground against threats and actual attacks by both Chavez’s henchmen and other couintries governments and some of the International Organizations which are supossed to stand in defend of the rights of the people.

    We already knew that the Humans Right people and those from Amnisty International have a very twisted view of the world, but the UNO & OAS?

    Well, again, Justices of the Court, thank you for reminding those that may have lost hope, in our country, Honduras, the law is to be respected, by all citizens alike, including, even those who hold the position of President of the Republic.

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