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... said Manuel Zelaya, current secretary general of the Opposition Alliance, in reference to the U.N. talks. Zelaya punctuated today that he's not against the dialogue but, he said, "I don't want to enter that game with the United States and this government." The former president was ousted in 2009 in a coup ...
Similarly, the effects of anti-communist pogroms continue to reverberate in El Salvador, while in Honduras the crime rate has soared since the Obama administration helped business elites in that country overthrew the democratically-elected government of a moderate President, Manuel Zelaya, in 2009.

Clinton faced scrutiny during her 2016 presidential election bid over her stance on the ouster of former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya in 2009, when she was secretary of state under the Obama administration. The Obama administration repeatedly called Zelaya's removal a coup, but it stopped short of ...
The current Honduran political crisis has been developing since June of 2009 when there was a military coup that removed then president Manuel Zelaya. The country has experienced weakened democratic processes, increasing human rights violations and ongoing militarization in the intervening years.
Hernandez also asked Haley to extend the Temporary Protected Status for Hondurans in the US, to temporarily prevent the deportation of about 60,000 Hondurans. The protest was led by former opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla and his campaign coordinator and former president Manuel Zelaya.
Earlier this month, the head of an anti-corruption commission backed by the Organization of American States resigned, citing a lack of support from authorities. Lobo was elected in late 2009 after a military coup ousted then-President Manuel Zelaya, and he served until 2014. The couple's son, Fabio Lobo, ...

Earlier this month, the head of an anti-corruption commission backed by the Organization of American States resigned, citing a lack of support from authorities. Lobo was elected in late 2009 after a military coup ousted then-President Manuel Zelaya, and he served until 2014. The couple's son, Fabio Lobo, ...
"This is the year of the Americas," Haley told reporters after meeting with Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez. "You will see ... Nasralla, a sportscaster and game show host, and his ally Manuel Zelaya, a former leftist president who was overthrown in a 2009 coup, led the protesters on Tuesday.
The attempt by former President Manuel Zelaya to rewrite Honduras' Constitution through a public national referendum in 2009 concluded with a coup d'etat after several institutions, including the Supreme Court of Justice, declared the referendum illegal. The Coalition and CEJIL also denounced state ...
Meanwhile ex-president and general coordinator of the Opposition Alliance Manuel Zelaya told Radio HRN that "there is no institutionality in the country, that is why we have asked for international mediation and before them we can express the problem, because we do not want a dialogue with government ...
Former President Manuel Zelaya (R) speaks during a demonstration against the re-election of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez in ... Former President Manuel Zelaya and the Honduran Opposition Alliance are calling for protests against the proposed reform to the Communications Law in the ...
Various member nations have been suspended from the OAS over the years: Cuba in 1962 and reinstated in 2009, and Honduras was suspended in 2009 after a coup ousted President Manuel Zelaya and reinstated in 2011 after Zelaya returned from exile. Venezuela has been threatening to leave OAS ...
"This is a protest against the murders, the abuses and the electoral fraud," said former Honduran President and coordinator for the coalition Manuel Zelaya. The caravan started in Colonia El Sitio, in the east of the capital Tegucigalpa, before arriving at the front of the headquarters of the Organization of ...
Former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and Salvador Nasralla were calling for protests outside of the Honduran maximum security prison - Santa Barbara - in order to free the alleged political prisoners they say are being detained there for protesting the controversial re-election of President Juan ...
"This is a protest against the murders, the abuses and the electoral fraud," said former Honduran President and coordinator for the coalition Manuel Zelaya. The caravan started in Colonia El Sitio, in the east of the capital Tegucigalpa, before arriving at the front of the headquarters of the Organization of ...
... north, has been a hotbed of support for Salvador Nasralla, the losing presidential candidate who had represented the Opposition Alliance Against the Dictatorship in the election. That ad hoc alliance includes the Libre party, headed by former Liberal Party leader and Honduran president Manuel Zelaya.
The Honduran National Party (NP) is accusing Salvador Nasralla, the former Opposition Alliance candidate and former president Manuel Zelaya of narcotrafficking and “inciting violence with the help international extremist agents,” referring to the Mara Salvatrucha gang with connections to Central America.

WhatsApp messages sent by Manuel Zelaya – the Liberal party president ousted in the 2009 coup – were published on bogus online media outlets overseas and then shared on social networks. “Before, during and after the 2017 presidential campaign, leaders of Alliance and their teams were subject to ...
Meanwhile ex-president and general coordinator of the Opposition Alliance Manuel Zelaya told Radio HRN that "there is no institutionality in the country, that is why we have asked for international mediation and before them we can express the problem, because we do not want a dialogue with government ...
Former President Manuel Zelaya (R) speaks during a demonstration against the re-election of Honduras' President Juan Orlando Hernandez in ... Former President Manuel Zelaya and the Honduran Opposition Alliance are calling for protests against the proposed reform to the Communications Law in the ...
"Elections haven't even happened in Venezuela and they are already being condemned”, says former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya. ... president Manuel Santos who told the press that “no one”, including 11 other Latin American countries, will recognize the Venezuelan presidential elections set to ...
Honduran armed forces have been engaged in violent clashes with Nasralla supporters as the Opposition Alliance team – headed by former President Manuel Zelaya – called for fresh demonstrations ahead of Jan. 27 presidential swearing-in of Juan Orlando Hernandez. The Opposition Alliance charges ...
Among those taking part in the protest is former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya. Zelaya, as coordinator general of the Opposition Alliance, is one of the main organizers of the protests and a week-long nationwide strike that began yesterday against the reelection of the right-wing presidential incumbent, ...
Former Honduran president Juan Orlando Hernandez (JOH) of the National Party, who is due to be sworn in on January 27. ... Former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya has thanked members of the National Congress for protesting the reelection of Juan Orlando Hernandez (JOH) of the National Party, ...
Tegucigalpa, Jan 13 (AP) Protests against the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez have turned violent with security forces firing tear gas and some marchers breaking windows and ... Video from yesterday's protests showed former President Manuel Zelaya being shoved by military police. Zelaya and ...
The march on Friday afternoon was one of several organized demonstrations that former opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla and former president Manuel Zelaya had called for since the results of the national election held on November 26 were announced. Photos posted on social media ...
Tegucigalpa: Protests against the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez have turned violent with security forces firing tear gas and some marchers breaking windows and setting ... Video from Friday 's protests showed former President Manuel Zelaya being shoved by military police.
The demonstration will end at the presidential palace. This is one of several demonstrations that Salvador Nasralla and Manuel Zelaya, a former president and leader of the opposition, have called for since Nasralla ran as a presidential candidate in the country's elections that took place last November.
Unfortunate tourists venturing the streets of Tegucigalpa in December last year might well have wondered whether they'd stumbled onto a military coup, like the one that rocked Honduras in June 2009 when left-leaning president Manuel Zelaya was kidnapped by troops and bundled onto a plane to Costa ...
Former President Manuel Zelaya, the director of the Opposition Alliance, reiterated his call for a major national strike from Jan. 20 to 27, running up to the swearing in of Hernandez. “We're calling for a national strike blocking all the main public highways, seaports, airports, until the will of the people is ...
"The president is Nasralla," former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya—who was ousted by a U.S.-backed coup in 2009 and now serves as the leftist opposition's chief coordinator—reportedly declared. "Nobody should obey a usurper government." Human rights experts from the United Nations and ...
He said it would involve "protest actions" including a march on Saturday in the country's second-biggest city of San Pedro Sula. The opposition's chief coordinator, former president Manuel Zelaya, told the news conference that the outcome of the November election was that "the president is Nasralla.".
Former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya has said that 2018 will be the “year of liberation” for the Honduran people. ... account, head of the Opposition Alliance invited everyone to “continue to take to the streets" until the “capitalist dictatorship” of President Juan Orlando Hernandez “has been defeated.”.
For the past century, the owners of the fruit companies called our country “Banana Republic” and characterized our politicians as “cheaper than a mule” (as in the infamous Rolston letter). Honduras, a dignified nation, has had the misfortune of having a ruling class lacking in ethical principles that kowtows ...
Nasralla had been backed by former President Manuel Zelaya, a leftist who was ousted in a 2009 coup after he proposed a referendum on his re-election, which was barred by the constitution at the time. “He is no longer with the Alliance,” Zelaya said of Nasralla on Friday. The streets of the Honduran ...
WASHINGTON/TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - The United States on Friday backed the re-election of Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez despite ... Nasralla had been backed by former President Manuel Zelaya, a leftist who was ousted in a 2009 coup after he proposed a referendum on his ...
Manuel Zelaya Rosales, "Alianza" opposition coordinator and a former President, condemned the US State Department response, saying it "validates the crime of electoral fraud." "Lets hold the military and police to account for the murders and the brutal use of violence against our brave people who defend ...
He added that he was “very optimistic” because “the people do not endorse fraud.” Former President Manuel Zelaya, a Nasralla ally, called for civil disobedience. “May God take us having made our confessions because today the people will defend in the streets the victory that it obtained at the ballot box,” ...
While Nasralla, a 64-year-old journalist and businessman, is one of Honduras' best-known faces and was backed by former President Manuel Zelaya, a leftist ousted in a Washington-backed coup in 2009. Amid the controversial declaration of victory, head of the Electoral Observation Mission of the ...
Former president of Honduras and coordinator of the Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship Manuel Zelaya denounced that spokespeople for the Organization of American States asked the opposition presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla to disassociate himself from Zelaya "for being a Chavista ...
In an exclusive interview, former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted in a 2009 U.S.-backed coup, says U.S. actions led to the current political crisis in Honduras. The government continues to withhold the results of the November presidential election, which pitted U.S.-backed President ...
Nasralla and Zelaya previously demanded that the TSE recount the ballots from over 5,000 polling stations, representing 30 percent of all presidential election ballots. The TSE agreed to the measure, and to do so under the observation of European Union, EU, and Organization of the American States, OAS, ...
The group stated that the Opposition Alliance director and former president Manuel Zelaya would not be considered as a mediator because his interests are with Nasralla. Seemingly contradictory, in a radio interview this week Nasralla also said that he is only willing to engage in dialogue with Hernandez if ...
The son of former Honduran President Porfirio Lobo was sentenced to 24 ... in 2009 after a military coup ousted then President Manuel Zelaya.
“The government of President Mauricio Macri not only has to explain what ... former Honduran president Manuel Zelaya; Colombian human ...
... US officials and their support for the 2009 coup in Honduras that ousted former President Manuel Zelaya. The investigation, published by The ...
... reveals key details involving U.S. officials and their support for the 2009 coup in Honduras that ousted former President Manuel Zelaya.
Tegucigalpa - Honduras' de facto leader Roberto Micheletti said late on Thursday he had agreed to reinstate ousted President Manuel Zelaya ...
After left-leaning former President Manuel Zelaya was ousted in a coup after seeking to organize a referendum on changing the constitution to ...
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya arrives in Las Manos, a border post between Nicaragua and Honduras on July 24, 2009.


 

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