Tuesday, June 30, 2009

arrest warrant issued for Zelaya

The Prosecutor's Office has issued a warrant for the arrest of former President Manuel Zelaya for 18 crimes including "treason to the fatherland" and "usurpation of functions" according to Attorney General Alberto Luis Rubí. "Should he set foot in the territory he will be immediately arrested," Rubí said in a press conference shortly after it was disclosed that the arrest warrant had been issued by Judge Maritza Arita. An international arrest warrant for Zelaya has also been issued through Interpol.
- La Prensa [in Spanish]

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I think it is fantastic that he should be afraid but most of should pay for his crimes. Let the Hondurans be heard. That is true democracy.