of Zelaya was constitutional": UN
by Editorial Hond ... on Tue, 13/10/2009 - 18:22.
concluded that there was no coup in Honduras!
The study of the crisis in Honduras coincided with
that conducted by the Library of Congress *** The
study of the political crisis in Honduras was endorsed
with official information received by the UN experts
in the country visit last week coincided with the
foreign ministers of the OAS. Washington, USA. A study
by the Department of Political Affairs of the United
Nations Organization (UNO) on the causes of the crisis
in Honduras, concluded that the removal of President
Manuel Zelaya, "was constitutional under the
laws of the country," confirmed officials of
This version was officially known today by senior
UN officials, which also coincides with the study
prepared by the Library of Congress, which looked
at by his side, the situation that generated and maintained
in a political crisis in Honduras.
The document of the study by the Department of Political
Affairs of the UN, with other information base (another
truth) received at the last visit to Honduras, where
it converged with representatives of the Organization
of American States (OAS) and took advantage to meet
other scenarios that were unclear.
The information on this collegial resolution of these
experts, was provided to hondudiario.com, official
sources and pressures inferred strategies that promote
the former foreign minister Patricia Rhodes and the
permanent representative of Venezuela in the Permanent
Council to seek more sanctions against Honduras and
require the return of former President Zelaya, which
warned of "an ultimatum" to this October
"These gentlemen are pressing and have invoked
a special assembly to the Security Council, but there
has been no response to date, they were awaiting the
results of their own studies on the situation in Honduras,
which has remained divided Washington "spoke
"The conclusion of the report clearly says that
the removal of President Zelaya was constitutional.
This confirms that there was no coup and strengthens
the position of President Barack Obama, who never
rushed to judge the situation in Honduras, as did
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who rushed to condemn
the Honduran people, pressed by foreign ministers
the OAS, "he said.
The demands of the former chancellor Rhodes in Washington,
according to experts, have been grounded in order
"to the international community's sanctions against
the de facto regime" and further claimed "strong"
countries not to recognize the coup government under
"Most of the Member States of the United Nations,
after meeting other settings and information now agree
that they would not support any resolution of the
UN General Assembly to seek penalties for Honduras,"
summarized by referring to this study by the Department
of UN Political Affairs, which concluded that the
removal of President Zelaya was constitutional, the
same study agrees in most points with the study prepared
by the Library of Congress.