UN official to accompany Honduran president home

Exiled Honduran President Manuel Zelaya has announced his imminent departure for home to reclaim his post even though the interim government of Honduras is vowing to prevent his plane from landing.

Zelaya says he will be accompanied on a plane by U.N. General Assembly President Miguel D’Escoto Brockmann.

In a change of plans, other Latin American presidents are not traveling with Zelaya. The presidents of Ecuador, Argentina and Paraguay and the secretary-general of the Organization of American States will fly separately to El Salvador.

Honduras is bracing for Zelaya’s showdown with the interim government in power since the army ousted him at week ago.

Zelaya spoke Sunday at the residence of the Ecuadorean ambassador to the U.S.



2 Responses

  1. Cuba is a one party dictatorship kept in power by the military and a secret police state which locks political opponents and newspaper reporters up for life.

    The Organization of American States, with the blessing of Obama, restores them to full membership in the OAS.

    A democratically elected President is removed from power by other Democratic institutions ( Congress and the Supreme Court ) with the blessing of the Presidents own party, by a 100 to single digit vote of congress, for violating the Democratic constitution of Honduras and attempting to change that Democratic Constitution by illegal, one party, means.

    The OAS suspends Honduras with Obama’s Blessing.

    Cuba with a communist, one party, openly anti-democratic government is welcomed back into the OAS just a couple of months before.

    It Appears Obama favors one party dictatorships like Cuba, Iran and Venezuela over multi-party constitutional governments like Honduras.

    Strange thing is, the U.S. main stream media is OK with Obama’s position on this, even though Venezuela and Iran are in the process of shutting down and taking over all media outlets that disagree with the government’s propaganda.

    Strange country the US has become recently.

  2. Is there a future for Zelaya in Honduras? Many Hondurans are not precisely loyal to him.

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