Amazingly, knowing that there was an open confrontation between the Executive Power, the Congress and the Supreme Justice in Honduras, the OAS sided with Zelaya without even giving the other powers a fair hearing.
In order to understand why this re-election issue is almost an existential issue in Honduras let me point to article 42 in their Constitution that though a bit crazy nonetheless clearly states that you will “lose your conditions as a citizen if inciting, promoting or supporting continuance or the re-election of the President.”
Honduras Constitution Art 42 you “lose your conditions as a citizen if inciting, promoting or supporting the re-election of the President.”
In a democracy is a congressman less elected than a president?
In a democracy is the Supreme Court less is than a president?
It is truly sad to see international organizations circling two school boys shouting for two of them to fight till death, and enjoying it
After Zelaya, how many consecutive elections must be held in Honduras before a new Government is legitimate?