Mel Zelaya has called ’em out:
Translation mine. Remember those names, particularly if one of them “wins”. There will be protests–and worse–if that happens.PS: For whatever this is worth, the president of Uruguay has just expressed his categorical rejection of ANY president who does not legitimately succeed the tall guy in the sash. And he did it right in New York at an OAS meeting, to boot. Let’s see the anglo media spin this–most likely they’ll cover it right up.
Via a communiqué, Manuel Zelaya accused several aspiring political candidates of having made decisions behind the back of the Honduran people, who “have patriotically resisted the beatings and violations of their human rights.”The constitutional president’s signed communiqué accuses Elvin Ernesto Santos, Pepe Lobo, Bernard Martínez and Felicito Avila of a “secret political arrangement which they have kept going for these [past two] months.”“We denounce that in secret meetings this weekend, between Carlos Flores Facussé (de facto foreign minister), Camilo Atala (banker), Luis Alberto Rubí (attorney general), Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez, Arturo Corrales (businessman) and Ricardo Alvarez (mayor of Tegucigalpa), with those candidates mentioned above, they are planning to boycott the Arias plan, at the suggestion of US secretary of state Hillary Clinton, refusing to restore President Zelaya.”