Fri, 27 November 2009
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Bertha Caceres human rights activist in Tegucigalpa, talks at a forum on the Honduran people's desire for a Constituent Assembly for Constitutional change - the very issue that triggered the coup four months ago. Elections promoted by the coup regime are due in a few days, and most of the people intend to boycott them, along with most of the international community.
The forum was recorded by Julie Webb (of Scoop magazine) and translated by Graeme Russel, Human Rights lawyer and coordinator of Rights Action, which has organised delegations to Honduras.
Direct download: BerthaCaceresTranslated.mp3
Category:Latin Radical -- posted at: 9:01am AEDT