Editorial: Zelaya’s Takeover of the Honduras Embassy in the United States

It was unthinkable it could happen, yet it did. On October 22, 2009 Patricia Rodas orchestrated a takeover of the Honduran Embassy in the United States. The Embassy administration in place did all they could to not relinquish their posts, but in the end, the United States allowed their removal. Zelaya’s team was permitted to […]

Non-Immigrant Visas Issuing Begins Today

“In support of the recent agreement reached in the political crisis in Honduras, I am pleased to announce that as of Monday, November 2, 2009, the consular section resumed its Nonimmigrant Visa (NIV) services,” according to the statement issued by the U.S. representative in Tegucigalpa. People with pending appointments will be called, and informed when […]

Honduras Files Complaint to International Court of Justice

As officially announced by the Foreign Ministry, the Honduran Ambassador, Julio Rendon Barnica, “acting as an agent of the Republic of Honduras before the International Court of Justice, filed an application against the Federal Republic of Brazil, for legal issues relating to diplomatic situations and the principle of non-intervention in matters within the domestic jurisdiction […]