Honduran politics aren't U.S. concern


Freedom New Mexico

As foreign dramas go, the so-called coup in Honduras is one mind-twisting ordeal.

The military removed President Manuel Zelaya from the presidency after he mandated a national referendum that would, ultimately, allow him to stay in office beyond the constitutionally prescribed term.

Zelaya was elected as a moderate-conservative but lately has become a close ally of Venezuela’s leftist strongman, Hugo Ch


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