Monday, November 2, 2009

Zelaya backpedaling

Deposed president Manuel Zelaya is obligated to accept the decision of Congress on his reinstatement even if the decision is to not reinstate him, assured the committee that negotiated and signed the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement on behalf of president Roberto Micheletti. "We all accepted that the decision is binding whatever it is," said Arturo Corrales, a  Micheletti negotiator.

Micheletti representatives rejected the assertion by Zelaya that both committees requested Congress approve his restitution, or that the agreement makes any recommendation to that effect. "In no paragraph, either directly or indirectly can it be deduced that we make any proposals one way or another to Congress," said Corrales.

Translated from La Tribuna

One again we see Manuel Zelaya trying to backpedal on his commitments. Now he's saying that if Congress votes to not reinstate him (which is very likely), he will declare the Tegucigalpa-San Jose Agreement broken. How this piece of human trash ended up as president of a country is beyond comprehension. His "word" is worthless. That is exactly why he could never be given the reigns of power again.

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