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Poor farmers are taking more and more land from agribusiness that supported the 2009 military coup, and paying with their lives. Produced by Jesse Freeston. For more videos like this one, visit www.therealnews.com
https://democracynow.org - Tensions are rising in Honduras as the country’s electoral court has yet to release results from Sunday’s election that showed opposition candidate may defeat the conservative president. The U.S.-backed president Juan Orlando Hernandez was widely expected to win, despite growing concerns about his consolidation of power and his militarization of the country. But in an apparent upset, partial election results show his main challenger, Salvador Nasralla, leading Hernandez. We are joined by Suyapa Portillo, Assistant Professor of Chicano & Latino Studies at Pitzer College. She just returned from Honduras where she was an election observer. Democracy Now! is an independent global news hour that airs weekdays on nearly 1,400 TV and radio stations Monday through Frida...
El comité de familiares de detenidos y desaparecidos de Honduras presenta un informe sobre la crisis política postelectoral y su impacto en los Derechos Humanos. teleSUR https://videos.telesurtv.net/video/691612/hondurascofadeh-presenta-informe-sobre-crisis-politica-post-electoral/
Hondurans protest the country’s November 26 election. They march alongside opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla. On November 27, the Supreme Electoral Tribunal announces that with 57% of the vote counted, Nasralla leads by 5%. A few days later, updated results show incumbent president Juan Orlando Hernández in the lead. The Tribunal is controlled by allies of President Hernández. The OAS calls for a new election, citing irregularities that make it impossible to determine the winner. A full three weeks after the election, Hernández is named president. The Honduran Constitution prevents re-election. The US and other countries accept the vote. Many Hondurans do not. More than 30 protestors have been killed since the election. Nasralla has vowed to resume protests this month. Hernández ...
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En el podcast de hoy le contamos todo lo que debe saber para entender la crisis que atraviesa Honduras.
On the sixth anniversary of the Honduran coup, our host Michael Fox speaks with Karen Spring, the coordinator of the Honduran Solidarity Network about the consequences of the consolidation of the power of 10 to 12 families that dominate the country. Fox also comments on the media manipulation of the racism involved both in the Charleston massacre and in the possible deportation of people of Haitian descent from the Dominican Republic, where this racism was nurtured for years by former U.S. backed dictator Rafael Trujillo. teleSUR http://multimedia.telesurtv.net/v/imaginary-lines-408712/
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