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Zelaya to Guatemala, Nicaragua and then Honduras; National Front Meets to Strengthen the Fight

September 5, 2009

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Zelaya to Visit Guatemala, Nicaragua

Washington, Sep 4 (Prensa Latina) Honduras Constitutional President Manuel Zelaya will visit Guatemala and Nicaragua before returning his country in coming days, the leader of the Central American nation said Friday.

I’m leaving Washington to go to Guatemala, where I will meet President Alvaro Colom and other Guatemalan top officials, Zelaya told Colombian radio station RCN.

He also said that he will then go to Nicaragua and he will closely follow from there the activities developed by the popular resistance movement this weekend in his country.

Zelaya stayed four days in US, where he attended a meeting with OAS Permanent Council and met with OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

“I can assure my return to Honduras is imminent; I will go back my country to finish my term in office,” Zelaya said.

New Actions to End Honduras Coup

sábado, 05 de septiembre de 2009
05 de septiembre de 2009, 10:24

Tegucigalpa, Sep 5 (Prensa Latina) National Front against the coup in Honduras will debate on new actions of resistance in Tegucigalpa, when the people”s resistance against the June 28 military coup has reached Saturday its 70 consecutive day of protests.

The encounter will happen previous to a national meeting on Sunday, in which popular organizations and progressive parties comprising the front will debate on new actions to increase the fight, front leaders announced.

During their meeting on Saturday they will agree on the actions to take for coming week, said union leader and general coordinator of the front Juan Barahona.

This organization usually announces the demonstrations and protests; when they meet in the morning, to evade the anti-rally police.

The National Assembly was announced on Sunday by the Secretary General of the Unitary Federation of Workers Israel Salinas.

http://www.prensa-latina.cu/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=114594&Itemid=1

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