TEGUCIGALPA .- President Roberto Micheletti said that with the voting last Sunday, the Honduran people told the president of Venezuela, Hugo Chávez, that he is a "wack job" that cannot come and impose anything on the Central American country.
"Honduras said, 'This is as far as you go, you are a wack job without the capacity to come and impose absolutely anything, and the puppets you sought gave you bad results,'" said Micheletti to HRN radio in Tegucigalpa.
In his opinion, the massive participation of Hondurans in the voting on Sunday, "is a message to all countries, for all men who try to dominate a country through money, through force, through oil, as this man does" (Chavez).
The elections were won by Porfirio Lobo, of the opposition National Party.
"I think it is also a lesson for people who are oppressed by these pseudodemocracies, who do no favors for their people, because in Venezuela nothing has changed for the poor," said Micheletti.
Translated from La Tribuna
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