The Committee of the Families of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH) are denouncing that today, Sunday, February 7 at 8 am, Caniel Martinez, who was in the offices of our organization received a phone call from the number 222-71-44 in which a woman told him, “Be careful there will be an attack against you, especially those of you who are in the street”. Martinez states that when he asked the women who was calling she hung up the telephone.
SOURCE: Quixote Center
Since 2008, several death threats and instances of intimidation have been documented against people who work as social workers. The most recent one was against Bertha Oliva, coordinator of the Committee of the Families of the Detained and Disappeared in Honduras (COFADEH), via email and her cell phone.
Since november and october, many people who work for union rights have been forced to leave the country, according to several radio reports.
SOURCE: La Prensa