Skip to comments.Government will give a "slap" on Tuesday says "Mel" (Honduras)
Posted on 10/12/2009 10:30:49 PM PDT by HonCitizen
Government will give a "slap" on Tuesday says "Mel" Zelaya, charged with 18 crimes, including corruption, abuse of authority and treason by promoting a change of Constitution, said "never" asked for amnesty because he does not need 12.10.09 - Updated: 12.10.09 10:21 am - Agency: firstname.lastname@example.org
Former President Manuel Zelaya warned Monday that the government of Honduras can give a "slap" on the international community on Tuesday, when discussing his return to power in the dialogue that seeks to resolve the political crisis.
"It will be essential on the dialogue to see if this will be solved, but I have confidence. I think what will happen is that the coup regime is going to continue refusing to abide by the decision of the OAS and the international community," said Zelaya told AFP.
The dialogue moves "very seriously" and Tuesday could reach key agreements to resolve the political crisis, but lack the most difficult, said Sunday a senior official of the OAS.
"I always keep my attitude to dialogue, but I have no confidence in the coup. It will be a blow against the international community if they refuse to return what he usurped," the president separately on June 28 for attempting to change the constitution.
Taking refuge in the Brazilian embassy since returning unexpectedly to the country three weeks ago, Zelaya said he could not overtake what you do in particular if the dialogue fails, but said "we will continue fighting in the streets and will deepen the crisis."
Representatives of the ruling Roberto Zelaya and Micheletti reached consensus last week in a five-point agreement called San Jose-based negotiation, as the creation of a unity government and refusal to amnesty, but left for Tuesday the controversial issue of restitution.
"Everything so far has advanced, we have agreed to peacefully end my term, Jan. 27, are the elements of context, but on Tuesday it is crucial that the international community is supporting me in giving a lesson to the coup "said the deposed leader.
Zelaya, charged with 18 crimes, including corruption, abuse of authority and treason by promoting a change of Constitution, said "never" asked for amnesty because they need it.
He added that the negotiators of the regime "are entertaining on other issues" to buy time elections come 29 November, which according to Micheletti will be gaining international recognition as a solution to the crisis.
"If there is no agreement, the choice not to have support from the international community or within the country, is going to be a fraud. It is the conviction of Micheletti, some will sweeten the ear into believing that the world is going to accept," added Zelaya.
hey that’s a palindrome
yes it is!
America will soon win a world cup. Your national team gave us a lesson. Maybe on wednesday they can lend us a hand?
They are constitutional and therefor legal.
Only one person in Honduras is trying to stop the elections and he hides behind the walls of a foreign power, and tries to incite violence in order to avoid giving up the office he was entrusted with and which trust he betrayed.
The elections are just a few weeks away and all you have to do is hang tough; keep your courage, and the victory is yours whoever wins at the ballot.
There is no crisis. Mel is a nutball.
Obama acted stupidly.
Zelaya and Obama, two examples of what you see when a president goes nuts in office.
There was NO *coup.* What took place was CONSTITUTIONAL.
Zelaya’s people have given talks a 10/15 deadline. That’s Thursday. Wonder what happens then.
Let's hope so!
Why would “token resistance change” just because of Zelaya’s “ultimatum”?
The crisis was manufactured by marxist agents who falsely claim that Zelaya was illegally removed. Those same agents are trying to put pressure on the legal government to alter established constitutional rules that would allow Zelaya to become dictator. LOL. That ain’t gonna happen.
There is really no question as to what the appropriate path is. That path is established law. THere’s no reason to vary from that path. Elections will happen as planned. Whatever the turnout is is not relevant.
He’s a jackass
You have now gone far beyond your petty complaints about flying Melvin out of the country now. That post shows you to be nothing other than a commie troll.
Tiburcio Carías Andino is my grand uncle. Which makes me a blood relative