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Sorry for the link to my website, but Chávez has suspended oil supplies to Honduras, supplied belonging to the Petrocaribe Agreements. The future is going to be truly difficult for this country after defending its institutions.
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sorry to go a little o/t but have you seen Palin's new speech?http://www.conservatives4palin.com/
Honduras resigned from the OAS:Honduras leaves the OAS: “There is no room in the OAS for freedom-loving countries.”July 4th, 2009Fron Libertad Digital: HONDURAS RENUNCIA A SU PRESENCIA EN EL ORGANISMO“En la OEA ya no existe espacio para los estados que aman su libertad” (brief translation: If you used this translation please credit me and link to this post)The Micheletti administration renounced the OAS charter “effective immediately”, following José Miguel Insulza’s visit.Vice-chancellor Marta Lorena Alvarado read the letter addressed to Insulza, which stated the government’s decision “the OAS believes that it no longer has room for Honduras, for the states that love their freedom and defend their sovereignty,” … “in spite of Honduras having taken part in the inter-American systen since its first stages in 1889.”Video in Spanish here.Another video from CNN International, with Alvarado reading the letter of resignation,Honduras anuncia retiro de OEAby noticias24She read, “The Honduran government repudiates the pretension to impose unilateral measures against it,” and denounced the OAS’s “tolerance and silence” about threats of “use of force” coming from OAS member states (namely, Venezuela) against Honduras.The Miami Herald,Hours later, acting President Roberto Micheletti and vice chancellor Martha Lorena de Casco announced Honduras planned to withdraw from the region’s key diplomatic organization. The move preempts an OAS General Assembly meeting scheduled for Saturday, where Honduras was widely expected to be suspended from the group for overthrowing a democratically elected leader.The OAS “tried to impose unilateral solutions. The government of Honduras repudiates such attempts to impose unilateral solutions and reaffirms its sovereignty,” de Casco said in a nationwide address. “The OAS is a political organizatioon, not a court of law. … There is no institutional crisis here.”She ended her brief statement by invoking article 143 of the OAS charter — without elaborating what that article says. The OAS clause she cited calls for member nation to withdraw from the OAS after submitting a written complaint.The Honduran Supreme Court rejected the OAS’s demand to reinstate the ousted President, Manuel Zelaya:OAS chief Jose Miguel Insulza was told the court’s position was “irreversible” when he met its president for two hours in the capital Tegulcigalpa.
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