Constitutional freedoms revoked

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UPDATE: Al Giordano has translated this at http://narcosphere.narconews.com/thefield/3465/honduras-coup-leader-micheletti-decrees-45-day-suspension-constitution

Honduran government hires [another] PR shop

Honduran government hires PR shop
By Kevin Bogardus - 09/27/09 01:58 PM ET from The Hill
The de facto government of Honduras that ousted President Manuel Zelaya has hired a well-known public relations firm to bolster its image in Washington.

Catching up

I was on the road yesterday all day, which is why I didn't get to post anything. It was a very eventful day, complete with Constitutional suspension, formal direct threats to the Brazilian government, OAS representatives deported and more. More coming soon. Also, I'm looking for help translating this legal analysis of the coup d'etat by Honduran jurist and legal scholar Edmundo Orellana.

Tegucigalpa, City of Fury (by Allan McDonald)

Waking Up
by Allan McDonald, translation by Doug Zylstra

Violations of diplomatic immunity and human rights

[I'm running off to catch a train. No time to translate]
Violación a Inmunidad diplomática por régimen de facto y Violación a Derechos Humanos

http://www.flickr.com/photos/9102156@N03/sets/72157622455911580/

Grade D-: Flawed Research from the Law Library of the Library of Congress

From Rosemary Joyce at http://hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com/. Click to see original article with proper formatting and links.

Saturday, September 26, 2009
Grade D-: Flawed Research from the Law Library of the Library of Congress

The siege of Tegucigalpa

From Jesse Freeston at The Real News

Not surprising Obama does nothing about Honduras

...given that he supports using sonic weapons against his own citizens.

Over 150 Scholars and Latin America Experts Call for UN Security Council Pressure on Honduran de Facto Regime

For Immediate Release: September 25, 2009
Contact: Greg Grandin, 347-804-6851
Dana Frank, 831-600-5525

Over 150 Scholars and Latin America Experts Call for UN Security Council Pressure on Honduran de Facto Regime

Honduras: Lawyers Question Basis of Zelaya Ouster

See original article at Upside Down World.
Written by Jennifer Moore
Friday, 25 September 2009

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