In Rare U.S. Broadcast, Zelaya Discusses Coup, Costa Rica Talks, U.S. Role

Dandelion Salad

Democracy Now!
July 9, 2009

In Rare U.S. Broadcast, Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya Discusses Coup, Costa Rica Talks, U.S. Role and More

Talks between the ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and the leaders of last week’s military coup begin today in Costa Rica. Shortly before leaving Washington DC for Costa Rica, Zelaya sat down with us for a rare U.S. television interview. He discusses how military coup forces forced him out, the upcoming talks in Costa Rica, his domestic policies in Honduras, the role of the United States and more.[includes rush transcript]

Real Video Stream

Real Audio Stream

via In Rare U.S. Broadcast, Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya Discusses Coup, Costa Rica Talks, U.S. Role and More

***

Democracy Now! – 7/9/09 – Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya Discusses Coup (part 1 of 1)

mediagrrl9
July 09, 2009

see

Zelaya tells Al Jazeera coup leaders must quit

The Honduras Coup – Is Obama Innocent? By Michael Parenti

John Pilger on Honduras, Iran, Gaza, the Corporate Media, Obama’s Wars and Resisting the American Empire

One thought on “In Rare U.S. Broadcast, Zelaya Discusses Coup, Costa Rica Talks, U.S. Role

  1. Pingback: Obama’s Rollback Strategy: Honduras, Iran, Pakistan, Afghanistan (and the Boomerang Effect) by Prof James Petras « Dandelion Salad

Comments are closed.