Judge in Zelaya Case to be Appointed Tomorrow

Today the President of the Judiciary, Jorge Rivera Avilés, announced that a Supreme Court Judge will be appointed tomorrow to hear the case against the former President of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya Rosales.

Supporters of the ex president have insisted Zelaya should be granted amnesty following his being sworn in as a Member of the Central American Parliament (PARLACEN). Amnesty was not granted, but his case will be heard by a Supreme Court Judge, in keeping with Mr. Zelaya’s position as a senior official of the State of Honduras.

2 Responses to "Judge in Zelaya Case to be Appointed Tomorrow"

  1. Axel Javier Reyes Bogran  March 2, 2011 at 11:57 am

    So they swear him as a member of an institution precisely so that he would be pardoned for a crime that he commited against a whole country and its people, a crime he perpetrated whilst trying to sell our country to the leftist and socialist monarchs of the continent.
    So we legally stop him from doing this in an ilegal manner and now the people that would have suported him to do so are demanding that he is forgiven.
    What a joke these clowns are, what is it that will have to hapen for them to understand that Honduras simply rejects the concept of turning into a Socilaist Police State?

  2. angelo  March 2, 2011 at 8:10 am

    Zelaya must paid for all the crimes including to the Honduras people. We must not allowed to return to Honduras, he is a traitor and sold the country to Chavez and Fidel Castro.

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