Juan Barahona Withdraws from Roundtable

Sr. Juan Barahona, the leader of the resistance, has withdrawn his participation in the roundtable discussions, which reconvened this morning. Mr. Barahona was a representative from Manuel Zelaya Rosales side, and is adamant that he will continue to organize and lead protests despite the ongoing negotiations, until Manuel Zelaya is reinstated.

“The struggle for the Constituent Assembly will not die”, he stated. He has called for a boycott of the elections.

Mr. Barahona will be replaced by attorney Rodil Rivera

4 Responses to "Juan Barahona Withdraws from Roundtable"

  1. Axel Reyes Bogran  October 15, 2009 at 6:33 am

    Good, one less Commuist to worry about.

    Some times one misses Grl. Alvarez Martinez; these warmonging leftists use to think twice before making a call for armed violence.

    Maybe it is time the “other” Hondurans did the same to them, maybe we should call for ‘public armed violence’ against them see how they react to the shoe being on the other foot.

  2. Axel Reyes Bogran  October 14, 2009 at 6:11 am

    Juan Barahona obviously should move to Venezuela along with Zelaya and his followers.

    What are those ‘changes’ that a constituent board would achieve?
    They keep on demanding for something without offering anything concrete in return.

    What is it that this Communists are hiding?
    Apparently they seem to ignore that we know what is it they want and therefore repel and reject their proposals, since all they want is to impose a leftist dictatorship of the kind existing in Venezuela and Cuba.

  3. Axel Reyes Bogran  October 14, 2009 at 6:02 am

    Juan Barahona al parecer debe de mudarse para Venezuela junta Zelaya y todos sus seguidores.

    Que cambios traeria una nueva constituyente?
    Nadie habla de eso, siguen exigiendo algo sin ofrecer nada concreto a cambio.

    Que sera lo que esconden estos Comunistas?
    Al parecer ellos ignoran que nosotros ya sabemos y por eso rechazamos sus esfuerzos, pues lo que buscan es imponer una dictadura izquierdista estilo Cuba o Venezuela.

  4. Al  October 13, 2009 at 3:12 pm


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