Human rights observers arrive in Honduras

Aug 19, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Xinhuanet

A delegation of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights will arrive here on Monday to learn about the human rights situation in Honduras after the June 28 coup.

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1 - 6 of 6 Comments Last updated Sep 20, 2012
Noem

United States

#1 Aug 21, 2009
This so called Inter-American Comm. on Human Rights> Did you know that the president of this Organization is venezuelan, very close to Insulza, to Hugo Chaves and to mel Zelaya. Hum this gives me a lot to think. This lady, has already reached a decision. She will go chavista.
That is: She will only listen to the groups inclined to communism. She did not take into account many requests of the people being harrassed by this so called marchers. People pro-mel are causing milliions $$ to the country. They do not respect the law. If they were to do this in other countries, including USA, they will be arrested and prosecuted to the maximum the law allows. This are not people, this are complete animals stampiding and destroying anything and everything on their way. Now they are being released with a slap on their hands and have been told to keep away from disturbing the piece. What a joke. Honduras police and judges should not be afraid of Human Rights Comm. The law is the LAW.DO NOT BE INTIMIDATED BY WHAT OTHERS MAY SAY. IT IS YOUR COUNTRY AND THESE ARE YOUR LAWS. CARRY ON .

Since: Apr 08

Dallas, Texas

#2 Aug 21, 2009
Yep..which is why they arenīt very legitimate at all..
John Roberts

United States

#3 Aug 22, 2009
Summermoondancer wrote:
Yep..which is why they arenīt very legitimate at all..
The government of Venezuela is tear gassing the Venezuelan people who are protesting the new education law against indoctrinating their children in socialism.

A good example of human rights violations here!
Roberto Zorro

United States

#4 Aug 22, 2009
John Roberts wrote:
<quoted text>
The government of Venezuela is tear gassing the Venezuelan people who are protesting the new education law against indoctrinating their children in socialism.
A good example of human rights violations here!
In my opinion Honduras & Columbia are the most ethical Governments south of the Mexican border. They should not let other Nations down their try to manipulate them into forsaking the right path that they are on. God Bless Honduras and Columbia and take care of the wicked and false accusers especially Chavez because he is the source of trouble down there.

Since: Apr 08

Dallas, Texas

#5 Aug 23, 2009
yep it is a good example since they are using pepper gas which is illegal.

Also, indoctrination of chidren via education is a violation of international law. I donīt support protesters getting violent even in Venezuela but they will have to execute Chavez to get rid of him.

Zorro, we were corrupt but we hope this is a new dawn and apparently it is..no one is escaping..Miguel Carrion liberal congress candidate to Cortés was arrested and his house had a search warrant executed against it where illegal weapons, large amounts of cash and gang members were located...hmmm nice start.
Miguel Carrion is a family member to the Carrion family who has a large dept store chain here in Honduras.
nicoleta

New York, NY

#6 Sep 20, 2012
this is a stupid lie ! miguel carrion is not related to the carrion family ! not just because they have the same last name mean they are related
! do not embarras yourself and do some research before you speak ! only because they are a wealthy family you have to come with your envy and hate and talk about people which you dont even know

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