Honduras: President Zelaya Wants Referendum

Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve [es] catches a speech by Honduran President Mel Zelaya who said he would like a referendum to modify the Constitution allowing him to remain in power. However, he writes that chances are slim that it would pass.

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  • robert marco

    Now that Zelaya has been removed from the Honduran Presidency, as a citizen of the United States I applaud the enforcement of the Constitution by the people to retain the one term limit. I also would like to submit that our President Obama’s support of Zelaya is compelled by his own lust to change the America Constitutions limit on his own presidency as did the former Clinton administration. What we have all been witness to in the last decade is an aggressive move to nationalize the American continent under a socialistic monarchy.

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