Mexico/Uruguay Support Zelaya

Uruguayan President Tabare Vazquez and his Mexican counterpart Felipe Calderon disavowed the current Honduran government in a joint declaration Friday.

During their meeting in Montevideo, the two presidents issued a declaration stating that the Honduran “constitutional government is led by President Manuel Zelaya.” The declaration also expressed their refusal to recognize any government that resulted from the disruption of constitutional order.

On a two-day visit to Uruguay, Calderon joined Vazquez in his support for the San Jose Agreement, an initiative proposed by Costa Rican President Oscar Arias, who is acting as a mediator in the Honduran conflict. Calderon and Vazquez called the agreement an important proposal to find a peaceful and negotiated solution to the crisis.

3 Responses to "Mexico/Uruguay Support Zelaya"

  1. Al  August 17, 2009 at 2:13 pm

    The supporters of Zelaya are the ones immersed in a Jurassic Park past filled with failed red dictators trying to take their last gasps of vengeful air smelling like the dead of the “PAREDON” of the failed Cuban revolution and the freedom inspired by the taken down Berlin wall.
    The deposed puppet dictator to be, Zelaya ,will join the other red, ridiculous, laughter inspiring puppets of the dying 50 year dictator, to become in time a little dissapearing spec of ash being burnt by the new echoes of freedom and anti-Castro-Chavismo that are currently burning in Honduras and Latin America. Thank you, MARIACHI for being the catalist to bring us back to our senses. We will use the statues of yourself that you had made to glorify your autocratic ego to celebrate the death of a dark era in our continent.
    FREEDOM NOW! No more Castro, Chavez, Ortega, Correa or Morales.

  2. Axel Reyes  August 17, 2009 at 10:34 am

    I would like to ask Mr. Calderon how come it is, that after he practically threw out Zelaya from Mexico, under heavy escort and not allowing him to speak to the press, now he supports him.
    Manuel Zelaya is no longer president of Honduras, he renounced that position when he tried to change the constitution in order be able to stay longer in power (read forever).
    Leave Honduras in peace, Mr. Micheletti is very aware (and very willing to do so) that he has to let go of the reins of power after the upcoming elections, so where is the famous “Coup”?

  3. Free Honduras  August 16, 2009 at 7:21 pm

    This changes nothing. They are just two more weak leaders who refuse to see the truth.
    As it is, the supporters of criminal and ex-president zelaya continue to be the most violent bunch in the country. The rest of the world should stop ignoring how they are attacking inocent people in the country. They are attacking peoples livelyhoods, people that are simply trying to make a living. These people they attack are not paid to protest like them. They have an honest job to do instead.
    The truth will not be denied forever. The actions of the Honduran government have been just, and time will bring it to light, just as chavez fears.

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