Andres Conteris - from inside the Brazilian Embassy, Honduras (post 'election')

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Andre Conteris, journalist for Democracy Now has been inside the Brazilian Embassy in Tegucigalpa with the Honduran President 'Mel' Zelaya, since his arrival there in September. The Brazilian Embassy has been under siege by the military forces of Honduras' coup regime to this day. Andres talks to community radio about President Zelaya's future plans, and the situation in Honduras. In spite of the 'elections' of last November 29 the human rights abuses have not only continuted, but increased to shocking levels.

(Skype to phone interview - sound quality is a little patchy).

Original audio source (Conteris19_Dec_2009.mp3)


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