Wednesday, July 1, 2009

The "status quo" in Honduras.


The crisis of governance in Honduras.






The way in which out-draw of power the constitutional President of Honduras and his forced exile, by the usurpers, is the greatest proof that in the "background" the "real" coup plotters had neither reason nor support of a majority, or right, so acted against nature legal constitutional law and the spirit of the laws.
1 .- We have to start from the premise that influential Honduran society of this country qualify the nation as a narco-state where the families of the drug dominate military and corrupt officials in the "status quo".
By Honduras passed more than one hundred tons per year of drugs to United States.

2 .- The President Zelaya hits the mafia when it is setting the minimum wage in what a person needs to earn per month for only a basic food basket.

3 - The break between the mafia that now usurps power in Honduras by a coup d'etat is going to the top when the President sets a referendum for the common citizen has legal rigth to has free and open access to the internal data of the Hondurian State inside the constitution but forbiden by the "status quo" of legal interpretation, this popular consult is in order to have more political participation and involvement of the population in the state power, the poor, the iliteracy, the secon and third class citizen generation by generation in this society, the Indians, and those discriminated, as happen against women in El Salvador-a picture that we know well in Latin America and Zelaya wants to revert to his country -.

4 .- More than fifty percent of the population of Honduras live in extreme poverty, widespread illiteracy, high infant mortality without participation or access to the media in the hands of wealthy elites, even have neither radio nor telephones .In many cases, much less internet. They never have voice, many time acces even to a regular mail.
And this is a serious reviews in the media of Latin America, and the internet, in most cases only reflect the view of the small group of people who are literate and have economic, social and legal personnel to access them but never reflected the reality of the country.
? Asked you how many indigenous and poor have access to the Internet or fax in your country, who can read the newspaper...?
...the extent to which the media of your country only reflect the views of a small group of privileged with education and social acceptance?

You have free access to internal data from the state, you can participate as an ordinary citizen in the affairs of government, the officials give you access to population statistics?





Gualterio Nunez Estrada, Sarasota, Florida 34233.

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