MANUEL ZELAYA SEEKS REFUGE IN BRAZILIAN EMBASSY

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The situation of Honduras, remains difficult, with the whole community against the government of Roberto Micheletti, government coup that overthrew the elected President Manuel Zelaya.

In recent days, Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, took refuge at the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa, and a curfew was imposed in several cities in Honduras, the government of Roberto Micheletti.

The Brazilian embassy, has found that basic services such as light and the water were cut by the Honduran authorities, although the latter denied it, as the Convetions international law prohibits this type of retaliation against any embassy.

In any case the date for elections in Honduras, which were conducted by Roberto Micheletti, approaches, and the UN, withdrew his support, since the words of UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon, there are no guarantees to carry out democratic elections in Honduras.

The Honduran population suffering the consequences of curfew, international restrictions also were imposed, and the presence of Manuel Zelaya in Honduras, which makes the population is divided into two camps, those who are in favor of Manuel Zelaya and those who are in favor and against Zelaya Roberto Micheletti.
A fratricidal confrontation, which by some accounts has already claimed its victims.

Manuel Zelaya managed to return to power, even for a couple of days for the international community to accept early elections and elect the next president?

Links to related topics:
https://dreamofarlequin.wordpress.com/2009/07/24/1505/

https://dreamofarlequin.wordpress.com/2009/07/02/return-to-honduras-of-manuel-zelaya/

https://dreamofarlequin.wordpress.com/2009/07/01/returns-honduras-of-manuel-zelaya-after-the-coup-detat/

https://dreamofarlequin.wordpress.com/2009/06/30/coup-detat-in-honduras-manuel-zelaya-taken-by-military-to-costa-rica/

https://dreamofarlequin.wordpress.com/2009/07/24/manuel-zelaya-stands-at-100-km-from-honduras-border/

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