Browsing All posts tagged under »Zelaya«

Zelaya’s hat trick

September 29, 2009


Belatedly, here is the illustration I did for this article by Andrés Oppenheimer who -I must say- shows this time a lot of sense. Micheletti has been caught in surprise and exposed as a truly dictator, closing TV an radio stations. Obama too is pressed to a disambiguation on rejection of any kind of coup. […]

Honduras: Ice Age reloaded?

July 8, 2009


As a sort of corollary to my previous post, the military coup in Honduras (barely disguised as a civil replacement) is a reminder of the impending menace to Latin American democracies. While the true aims behind Zelaya’s attempt to introduce a not-binding referendum is under dispute (he is now reassuring not seeking reelection), the fact […]