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Denunciation from MUCA-MI: We Reject the Defamation Campaign

August 17, 2011


The Unified Campesino Movement of the Aguan – Left Bank (MUCA-MI), in our struggle for a real and true application of integral agrarian reform, DECLARES to Honduran Society, the International Community, and National and International Human Rights Organizations that: 1. Sunday, August 14, 2011 between five o’clock and eight o’clock in the morning (5:00 AM […]

Pro-Resistance Journalist Killed in Honduras

July 20, 2011


The radio announcer Geremias Orellana, 26, was killed by a bullet in the head last Thursday July 14th during the morning in the town of Candelaria, Lempira, while driving his motorcycle on the road between the village of San Lorenzo and Candelaria. Orellana headed Radio Joconguera de Candelaria in the Lempira Province near Honduras’ border […]

FNRP does not recognize Lobo and rejects the reinsertion of Honduras to the OAS

May 27, 2011


by Giorgio Trucchi Rel-UITA (Unión Internacional de Trabajadores de la Alimentación, Agrícolas, Hoteles, Restaurantes, Tabaco y Afines) Interview with Esly Banegas, FNRP Political Committee On 22 May, Porfirio Lobo and former President Manuel Zelaya signed the “Agreement of Cartagena”, in the context of the mediation process led by the governments of Venezuela and Colombia. To […]

Human Rights are not subject to political negotiation

May 26, 2011


The Committee of the Families of the Detained-Disappeared of Honduras (COFADEH) celebrates the signing of the Cartegena de Indias Accord which permits the return of ex Constitutional President Manuel Zelaya Rosales to our country. At the same time, COFADEH condemns the language of the oligarchy aligned with the coup in the text of the Accord which refers […]

Regime continues to repress the people of Honduras openly

May 6, 2011


Thursday afternoon, after the conclusion of a peaceful demonstration against “Honduras: Open For Business” by various organizations of the National Front of Popular Resistance, FNRP, police fired tear gas and captured about eight people, including three from the Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations, COPINH, when they reached the central park of San Pedro Sula. […]

Thousands of workers demand an end to political persecution

May 2, 2011


Thousands of Hondurans took to the streets on May Day to demand an end to political persecution, respect for human rights, the repeal of hour labor and the safe return of President Manuel Zelaya Rosales and creation of a National Constituent Assembly, among other points. The streets were flooded with people belonging to unions, employers’ […]

Honduras: the Human Rights Emergency Continues

April 1, 2011


Before the brief pause today, Thursday, March 31, due to discussions between the National Congress and the leadership of the Federation of Teachers’ Organizations of Honduras (FOMH), the citizenry suffered from the worst period of violations of their human rights. A state of emergency, without a doubt, implicating the police and army of the defacto […]