March in Tegucigalpa

Approximately 10,000 people marched from the capital’s main university heading to the presidential palace, but were diverted to parliament in the city center by soldiers, according to organizers of the event.

Thursday’s protesters were calling for a constitutional reform, and denounced corruption and human rights abuses they believe to have taken place since Zelaya was ousted last June.

Six teachers’ unions supported the protests, and called for a suspension of classes nationwide.

2 Responses to "March in Tegucigalpa"

  1. Al  February 25, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    The role of the treacher is to teach. Teachers are no politicians and once they become political they should be fired,
    Lobo, get some good teachers to teach those kids and get rid of these Z’liar lovers and Marxists that all they do is indoctrinate their students into Castro-Chavism. Semd al those so called teachers to Cuba or Venezuela. Enough!!

  2. miraclemant  February 25, 2010 at 10:28 pm

    I believe that Honduras should follow the lead of the Great past President of the USA….. that of Ronald Reagan…..

    He ordered the air traffic controlers back to work, and when they refused, he fired ALL of the air traffic controllers across the country.

    Lobo should order ALL of the teachers back into the class room to teach the youth of our great country, and if they refuse, he should FIRE them all. If they do not respect their jobs, I am sure there are others (maybe a bit less qualified) who will be standing in line to apply for the vacant jobs.

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