Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Honduran police: Zelaya will be arrested if he returns

Deputy Minister of Security, Saul Bueso Mazariegos, warned that the position of the police is resolute. Unless the courts withdraw the arrest warrants against former President Manuel Zelaya Rosales, there will be no turning back from arresting him when the opportunity presents itself so that he can answer the charges made against him. There are 18 arrest warrants issued for the ousted president for various crimes committed during his tenure, including the "treason to the Motherland" for attempting to reform the Constitution in an illegal manner. He added that the police is a public service institution that is tasked with implementing and enforcing the laws and Constitution of the Republic.

Source: El Heraldo

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