Friday, September 25, 2009

a loud silence

The tacit and excluding silence on the crisis in Honduras on the part of leaders of the most powerful countries of the world (China, France, United States, United Kingdom, and the Russian Federation) during the 64th General Assembly of the United Nations (UN) was a rejection of the "anti diplomatic" conspiracy promoted around the clandestine return of former President Manuel Zelaya to Honduras.

This exclusion of the item on the crisis in Honduras, was confirmed by experts and advisers at the General Assembly after the speech of U.S. President Barack Obama as he "did not mention" the case and the same behavior was seen from other dignitaries of the Permanent Council.

Speaking to, one analyst said the president of the United States "did not reiterate his support for the reinstatement of the democratic order in Honduras, nor did he refer to the Arias plan, much less that ex-President Zelaya be restored  as president of Honduras.


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