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Monday, September 21, 2009

Zelaya returns to Tegucigalpa.

The legitimate President of Honduras, Manuel 'Mel' Zelaya, has finally managed to return to the country's capital, Tegucigalpa, and is refuged in the Brazilian embassy.

This new step promises to heat up the protests in the Central American country, where the situation has been very tense, with continuous clashes between the people and the coupist authorities in what some have described as a revolutionary situation.

The news are still confuse but it seems that masses are gathering around the Brazilian embassy to welcome and support the President. I can only imagine that soon the coupists will have to flee the country or at least negotiate a return to legality, but guess that violence can ensue and the outcome is not fully clear yet.

Source: BBC, Rebelión.


london said...

Zelaya is return in his capital town and his footsteps creates a tense situation in Honduras.

Maju said...

There is a more than tense situation in Honduras since he was kicked off by a bunch of elitist coupists. Browse this blog for previous entries on the matter (just click on the tag Latin America or Honduras) and you'll realize that there's been no peace since Zelaya was ousted but rather the opposite: continuous class war, several dead and many missing, all at the hands of the usurpers.