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Honduran dictatorship, day 433

Posted by Charles II on March 15, 2011

Just a driblet from the Wikileaks. On July 9th, 2009, Zelaya and Micheletti came to Costa Rica, but never entered face-to-face talks. They laid out their irreconcilable differences. Arias said that it was doubtful any agreement could be reached within a few months. State calls this “positive” and “encouraging,” and seems preoccupied with VZ President Hugo Chavez’s influence on Zelaya. There is a list of the core negotiators:

Zelaya’s: Patricia Rodas (former foreign minister); Silvia Ayala (ex-presidential candidate of Unification
Democratic Party-PUD); Salvador Zuniga (head of PUD); and Milton Jimenez (former foreign minister).

Micheletti’s: Carlos Lopez (former foreign minister); Arturo Corrales (ex-presidential candidate for Christian
Democratic Party-PDC); Mauricio Villeda (lawyer); and Vilma Cecilia Morales (ex-president of Supreme Court of
Justice).

Costa Rica’s: President Oscar Arias; Minister Rodrigo Arias; FM Bruno Stagno; and Minister of Justice Viviana Martin.

Brother John has several nice posts on the poor of Honduras (here and here), as well as a comment on Lent quoting Archbishop Romero that all of us should heed. We are entering a time of scarcity. It is time for the better off among us to do with less and share with with those for whom death means suffering and even death.

2 Responses to “Honduran dictatorship, day 433”

  1. Again, thank you for your witnessing, Charles. If nothing else, you are helping to keep the thread of true history alive so that future, less corrupt generations may view it.

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