Monday, August 31, 2009

Human rights and amnesty in Honduras

Roberto Micheletti now has reversed him (yet again) and now says Mel Zelaya cannot have an amnesty. He also seems to forget that at other times he has said Congress must make that decision, rather than him, or that other times he has been open to the idea (though, in all fairness, at other times he has also been closed to the idea).

He also denies the report on human rights abuses by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. He wants an "impartial commission" to come to the country to examine the human rights situation. I assume he has some Clinton-era lawyers in mind.

Days since the coup: 64
Days until the scheduled presidential election: 90

2 comments:

Nell 11:20 AM  

Sec. Clinton's out of excuses.

Randinho 1:06 PM  

I assume he has some Clinton-era lawyers in mind.

Just one and his initials are LD.

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