Revision and Update:http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/06/28/AR2009062800635.html?hpid=topnews
There must be a way to stop abusive governments without overthrows. Perhaps if Manuel Zelaya would had been dismissed from his presidency while the Honduran congress enforces penalties then the decision would be respected internationally.
While this breaking news in Honduras most of the opposition experts in Venezuela are holding off making comments. However, regular citizens would like the Organization of American States to recognize abuse of power and to assist to recover democracy in Venezuela enforcing the Democratic Charter.
La OEA exige el regreso de Zelaya y no reconocerá otro Gobierno
www.oas.orgChavez is threatening to overthrow who ever becomes the new president of Honduras:
So, complaints about meddling in other countries' politics applies to everyone else, but not to Hugo Chavez.
Chavez's own coup d'état in 1992:
The Ambassador of Venezuela, Nicaragua and Cuba, and the Honduran Chancellor have been kidnapped in Honduras:
Militares encapuchados secuestran a los Embajadores de Venezuela, Nicaragua y Cuba
Hmmm, it seems that people in Honduras are demanding stop to abuse of power.
There are uncomfirmed reports that Chavez's supporters are gathering in Caracas in Plaza La Castellana to raise havoc.
The following link reports what happened yesterday in Honduras:
Venezuelan citizens who oppose Chavez are watching with excitement the arrest of Honduran President Juan Manuel Zelaya hoping for a domino effect with those leaders abusing power:
The excellent news is that infamous Chavez suspended today his seizing of the networks to brainwash those Venezuelans who do not know any better:
Earlier this week there was the welcome news that the United States and Venezuela are to resume full diplomatic representation:
However, as long as Chavez continues with his marginal thinking, throwing tantrums at will, disrespecting everyone in his path, ruling for himself and not for the well being of Venezuelan citizens as a whole nothing would change. Chavez needs to get his act together and realize that democracy and human rights must be respected. Chavez must stop the oppression against citizens and those who oppose him. Chavez still has a limited amount of educated staff in his diplomatic corps who could actively enhance the bilateral relationship.
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