Last year, the U.S. tried to force the reinstatement of deposed president Manuel Zelaya. When that failed and Team Obama was looking like the Keystone Cops, it sent a delegation to Tegucigalpa to negotiate a compromise. Participants in those talks say Dan Restrepo, senior director for Western Hemisphere affairs at the National Security Council, let […]
Attorney Rasel Tome, adviser to former President Manuel Zelaya Rosales, arrived at the Toncontin International Airport in Tegucigalpa today. Tome has a warrant out for his arrest for the crime of abuse of authority when he was the manager of Conatel for allegedly giving out an irregular frequency to a businessman in San Pedro Sula. […]
The general amnesty for political crimes taking place since the events of June 28th became effective today. Those who want to benefit from this legal action can do so in the courts of justice. La Gaceta published on February 2nd, the Legislative Decree 02-2010, which approved a general amnesty. The decree clearly states it is […]
Spanish Foreign Minister, Miguel Angel Moratinos, stated that Spain has recognized the new President of Honduras, Porfirio Lobo Sosa. President Lobo will travel to Madrid to participate in the summit between the European Union (EU) and Latin America in May, according to Moratinos. The countries are meeting to create an Association Agreement amongst them.
The truth commission being formed by President Pepe Lobo, and head by the former Vice President of Guatemala, Eduardo Stein, is targeting June to present their findings. The commission is to deduct what truthfully happened during the circumstances surrounding the ouster of ex-president Manuel Zelaya. The forming of a truth commission was stipulated in the […]