Government Pushes Congress for Decision

Respectfully but sternly, the government has asked the National Congress for compliance with the fifth point of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement, the matter of the restitution of former President Manuel Zelaya.

Lawyer Vilma Morales demanded that the legislature “respectfully” and in “the interest of the Honduran people,” comply with the the fifth point of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement, the matter of the restitution of former President Manuel Zelaya, and come together to make a decision. The government representative said it was important to give the Hondurans an end to the crisis and to implement the agreement to bring calm to the people.

The leader of the Supreme Court of Justice, Jorge Rivera Avilez, summoned the 15 judges for a meeting this Wednesday, to establish a position at the request of the National Congress.

4 Responses to "Government Pushes Congress for Decision"

  1. gonow  November 10, 2009 at 10:28 am

    axel…….you are 100% right …plus since june zelaya has shown everybody how dum he is ….. i gues even obama is emberassed about mels behavier and now he has 18 criminal and civel charges pending against him that he did not have when he was boeted out………. and he is threatening now to disrupt the election he is just power hungrie the only thing the congress needs to decide is put mel in prison or a mental institute……………..

  2. Axel Reyes Bogran  November 10, 2009 at 6:38 am

    Why are they making this a matter of question now?

    The decision they should make is very clear, this Zelaya is the very same one that was ousted for breaking Constitutional Law (# 239) and several others, he is also the very same man that betrayed the voters that gave him their vote not as a representative of a Communist party, but a party that has always shown its desire to better the ways that the poor people of Honduras live, but not to do it thru a Socialist government, when he shifted sides, he stole those people’s votes, so he is a lawbreaker, a thief, a traitor, and there are other things to consider, like his breaking International diplomatic and legal rules when he used a foreing (Brazil) embassy to call for violence, chaos and destruction, only to create an image of support, which he really does not have.

    Is this the man that the Honduras Congress is having sucha hard time to decide wether they can risk putting back in place, come on, it does not take a rocket scientist to imagine what would happen if he gets back in power:

    1). He will break every promise made, firts and foremost the ones that hold him back from becoming a Socialist Dictator.

    2). He will surrender the country of Honduras to Chavez.

    3). Every who opossed him will be severely punished, maybe even killed.

    4). He will take all civil liberties and human rights away, just like it hapenned in every other latin (and some European ones as well) socialist dictatorship.

    5). He will break the poor economy that Honduras has now and send our people from poverty to missery.

    So, what is there to decide, besides, if he was bad enough to oust in June, he still is bad enough not to allow back in.

  3. gonow  November 9, 2009 at 7:55 pm

    if……………zelaya did get voted back in by the congress . ..than congress would be completely useless and would not be needed any more………………….

  4. miraclemant  November 9, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    the answer is…………………….NO!!!!!!!!

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