This morning Jose Manuel Zelaya and Porfirio Lobo Sosa signed the Cartagena Accord.
Our first reading: human rights issues still may receive more lip service than real response; the agreement to conduct a plebiscite on the constituyente vindicates the Zelaya government and probably recognizes the Frente's signature drive; the agreement to register the Frente as a political movement raises questions about internal Frente goals and means.
More later: literally on a runway.
Sunday, May 22, 2011
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