More Pro-Coup Free-Speech Martyrs in Latin America?

Author and blogger Nikolas Kozloff has a BuzzFlash posting (7/1/09) about how, if you “read or listen to the mainstream media these days,” you get the impression that [last] Sunday’s coup in Honduras was all about a simple disagreement over the constitutionality of presidential term limits. But as the coup unfolds, it’s becoming clear that the authorities want something more: the restoration of Honduras’ conservative political order and an end to President Manuel Zelaya’s independent foreign policy that had reached out to leftist countries such as Cuba and Venezuela. As part of their effort to consolidate power, officials have moved […]