USA Would Like Micheletti to Leave

Honduran President-elect Portfolio Lobo Sosa said on Wednesday that the United States wants the country’s leader, Roberto Micheletti, to leave his charge before January 15th.

“They are proposing January 15th as the deadline” for Micheletti to leave office, Lobo said, adding that he wants the “table clean” of the crisis before January 27th, when he will take over the office of President.

“The United States wants the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement to be totally fulfilled,” Lobo told local radio channel Radio America.

The United States “considers that it is prudent that Mr. Micheletti leaves his charge,” Lobo said.

Lobo also noted that the international community demands the fulfillment of the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement, and admitted that now there is not enough time to fulfill the agreement, especially the part of creating a government of unity and reconciliation.

Lobo said that he met on Tuesday with U.S. State Department official Craig Kelly, who said that his government “is aware that there is not enough time, that is why it thinks it is prudent that Micheletti leaves his charge.”

Meanwhile, Micheletti said on Wednesday during an interview with local TV channel Canal 5 that he will not attend the swearing-in ceremony of Lobo Sosa on January 27th, but will be watching on television.

5 Responses to "USA Would Like Micheletti to Leave"

  1. Axel Reyes Bogran  January 8, 2010 at 8:39 am

    And we should not forget: Obama & Co. are not the USA, even though they were elected by a majority, their current views represent bu a small minority.

    Most Americans would be ashamed if they were to learn how Obama & Clinton twisted the truth of what hapenned in Honduras just to punnish the action of removing a Communist Dictator wannabe from the office of President.

    So do not get confused, it is not the USA who wants Micheletti out, but the Lefties who are currently in power.

    As for Pepe Lobo, a word of advice:

    The USA is the Capital of Capitalism, Obama’s kind of thinking is not here to stay.
    Brcarefull who you become allies with, they may not be there tomorrow.

  2. Axel Reyes Bogran  January 7, 2010 at 8:12 am

    Oh, to remember the good old times when all one had to do in order to be friends with USA was to be anti-communist.

    It no longer works that way.
    Obama & Co. are the new generation of Politicians, those that were raised in that Politically Correct enviroment that wont allow the good guys to kill a bad guy unless he has already killed 100 of the good guys, and then you must capture him alive, not injure him during the arrest and read him his rights, or he may get away on a technicality.

    Unfortunally, the bad guys do not give a rats ass about being politically correct, just look at Castro and Chavez, or all the other Socialist dictators, who kill and torture opossers and protesters left and right, the Human Rights people do not even question them any more because they know they wont get anywhere with them, so they attack the good guys instead.

    Obama & Co. should, but wont, admit their mistake about Honduras having had a Coupe, there was not one.

    But we deposed a Leftie, to Obama that is a sin.

  3. Al  January 6, 2010 at 11:08 pm

    The hope that Obama was going to save the US and the world is rapidly fading away. The US is in big trouble for their lenient, politically correct policies that have given their enemies enough ground to advance and now it is becoming too late. They think they still might have some power over a little brave poor nation in Central America._ GOOD LUCK!
    Obamby is weaker now than Jimmy Carter was in his good times. Whatever Obama’s intentions were, the fact of the matter is that it is a mess in the country that is supposed to lead the world. Venezuela’s oil must be VERY important to the US government. How sad!

  4. Axel Reyes Bogran  January 6, 2010 at 5:21 pm

    We know, they wanted him out from day one.

    We should be asking how much should we care for the desires of a man that decided to punnish the poor of Honduras to shows a lesson, one that clearly stated that Obama is leftist and he was not happy with the removal of puppet Zelaya.

  5. miraclemant  January 6, 2010 at 5:00 pm

    Maybe the USA should actually go back and read the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement!

    Then they might see that the congress was to decide if z’liar was to be re-instated or not….. well the congress followed the vote of the Supreme Court which was 14-1 against z’liar!!

    I have read the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement, and I do NOT remember ANYTHING about Micheletti leaving office regardless if z’liar was re-instated or not.

    USA……. when you start telling the world the truth about what happened in Honduras and quit lying about a coup d’tat that NEVER happened, then… and only then will you have the prevledge of giving us your suggestions!

    We just got rid of one liar, and you (the USA, another liar) have no right to tell us what to do with our internal political affairs.

    Besides, from what I see of the obomba administration, they are more and more like chavez and castro than even z’liar was. The USA is very fast becoming the largest socialist/marxist state in the world.

    Did you Not learn from the fall of the U.S.S.R??

    Even obama stated himself that he was a MUSLIM in an interview with George Stephonopolous. This is why you see obama protecting his muslim brothers.

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