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Zelaya: reverting Honduran coup a challenge for int'l community
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08:47, August 05, 2009

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Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya said on Tuesday that reverting the coup in Honduras is a challenge for the international community.

Zelaya said the international community has many things to do for the democratic principles put forth by the Organization of American States and the United Nations.

During his visit to the Mexican official residence Los Pinos, Zelaya said he will continue to use pacific methods to recover his office.

Zelaya said that the Honduran people have been staging civil, pacific resistance to the post-coup government for 34 days, with one single strike involving more than 60,000 teachers, workers and representatives of other organizations.

He also accused the post-coup leadership of having become a dictatorship that represses the people and causes bloodshed.

Zelaya arrived on Monday night in Mexico City and received a grand welcome for a head of state. He was accompanied by the foreign minister in his government, Patricia Rodas, Honduran Ambassador to Mexico Rosalinda Bueso, and other officials from his cabinet.

Source: Xinhua



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