Tegucigalpa – San Jose Agreement

Truth Comission Inaugurated Today

In keeping with the ideology of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement, the Truth Commission will be formally inaugurated by President Lobo today. The commission’s task will be to begin studying the events taking place in Honduras before, during and after the June 28, 2009 political crisis. Participating in today’s initiation are the OAS Secretary General, Jose […]

General Amnesty in Effect

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 […]

Truth Commission Targets June

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 […]

Honduras to Receive Aid Once More

The World Bank announced today that will be sending development aid to Honduras that it was stopped after the political crisis began at the end of June. World Bank Managing Director, Juan Jose Daboub, held a news conference in Tegucigalpa and said that the bank would restore one planned loan of $270 million and add […]

Truth Commission Forming

Honduran Foreign Minister, Mario Canahuati, said that President Porfirio Lobo Sosa has made a draft of the truth commission. He added that OAS Secretary of Political Affairs, Victor Rico’s arrival in the country was “to check out how the commission will be established, because it is a fundamental issue for the country.” Canahuati said the […]

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