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10/13/2009 08:59 AM ID: 81115 Permalink   

Honduras Both Sides Agree on No Amnesty


Rafael Alegria, leading coordinator of the protests in support of the elected Honduran president Manuel Zelaya, said the latest decree by the coup government was a "really appalling issue, something right out of a dictatorship.”

This weekend Zelaya and the interim government agreed on the creation of a joint cabinet and the scrapping of an amnesty for the leaders of the coup, according to negotiators.

The newly agreed measures, however, depend on Zelaya returning to the presidency to have any effectiveness. Zelaya said an amnesty would lead to "amnesia, forgetfulness and forgiveness, and we cannot condone the coup."

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