Reports have sprung up today that they may postpone Manuel Zelaya’s return for one month, in order to coordinate the Front, and make his return coincide with the exact date (two years later) that he was forced out of the country, June 28th; however, President Lobo prefers Zelaya return in May, before the general meeting of the OAS in El Salvador, where they will be discussing Honduras’s return to the Organization of American States. That meeting is scheduled for the 5th through 7th of June.
Barahona reported that the ex-president and the General Coordinator of FNRP will be accompanied by all the exiles who have so far been in different countries of Latin America and Europe. They will also be accompanied by several foreign ministers and representatives of various parliaments in Central and South America, Nicaragua’s President, Daniel Ortega, and Venezuela’s Foreign Minister, Nicolas Maduro, among them.
Juan Barahona has called for the resistance across the country to gather at the international airport in Tegucigalpa, Toncontín on that date. They will then march to the Plaza Murillo Isy Obed, south of the airport, where the FNRP will perform a political and cultural welcome in honor of the martyrs from the military coup of June 28, 2009.