Thursday, September 24, 2009

Two Honduran Presidents

The developments in Honduras over the presidential race are extremely bizarre. The deposed president, Manual Zelaya, snuck back into Honduras and has been sheltering himself in the Brazilian embassy. Neither Zelaya nor the current president, Robert Micheletti, will begin talking in an effort to resolve the very pressing issue.

1 comment:

April Eiswirth said...

I feel like everyone involved in this crisis has good intentions, but all their opposing good intentions are causing a huge crisis. Both Zelaya and Micheletti have reasons to fear a dictatorship, which I think is why it is tense.
On another note, I don't really agree with the US's decision to stop sending aid because that is punishing the people who need help more than the actual head people.