Fecaxca warned that exports from all the countries of the region are being affected by measures blocking free flow of goods.
Nacion.com: "Exporters of the region, represented in the Federation of Export Chambers of Central America (Fecaexca), agreed on Saturday, in Managua, to await a prompt resolution of the Honduran crisis, in order to resume transit of goods in the region, which is paralyzed since September 22."
Brazil won for maximum hypocrisy, United States for indecision, and the OAS for lack of impartiality.
Andres Oppenheimer lists some of the top external players in the Honduras crisis, detailing their biggest political mistakes.
The feeling remains, however, that had not been for the mistakes of the international community (specially for its stubbornness in not listening to objective reasons), the price being paid by the people of Honduras would not be so high.
A report written by the Library of Congress concludes that the removal of former Honduran President Manuel Zelaya was legal and Constitutional.
Report Executive Summary:
The Supreme Court of Honduras has constitutional and statutory authority to hear cases against the President of the Republic and many other high officers of the State, to adjudicate and enforce judgments, and to request the assistance of the public forces to enforce its rulings. The Constitution no longer authorizes impeachment, but gives Congress the power to disapprove of the conduct of the President, to conduct special investigations on issues of national interest, and to interpret the Constitution. In the case against President Zelaya, the National Congress interpreted the power to disapprove of the conduct of the President to encompass the power to remove him from office, based on the results of a special, extensive investigation. The Constitution prohibits the expatriation of Honduran citizens.
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