Thursday, July 2, 2009

Update on coup in Honduras

In an effort to restrict public demonstrations in Tegucigalpa, the Honduran Congress passed a decree to institute curfews throughout the city. According to Reuters, the decree also allows security forces to hold suspects for more than 24 hours without charge, enter homes without a warrant, and prohibit the people right to assemble at night. This is an alarming development that highlights the rogue coup government's development into a fascist state.

- Sara Skinner, US Grassroots Coordinator
*Photos from AP.

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