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Report 4 - Nov 16, 2013
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Information on Honduras

-In post-coup Honduras, rising poverty and inequality, report says - Nov 6 2013


- Honduran Union Leader Faces Death Threats


-Subcommittee on International Human Rights Committee on June 6th, 2013


-Canada backs profits, not human rights, in Honduras - The Toronto Star, Aug 16, 2011


-Honduras Accompaniment Project - Proah
Summary Of Human Rights Issues And Events In Honduras
July, August & September 2013


-Post-Coup Polarisation Marks Honduran Election Campaign - May 29 2103


-Context of the Honduran Electoral Process 2012-2013: Incomplete list of Killings and Armed Attacks Related to Political Campaigning in Honduras, May 2012 - present (October 21, 2013) - by Rights Action (PDF)


-Survey shows Honduran citizens expect electoral fraud, and are dissatisfied with democracy - Sept 10 2013


-Al menos 280 observadores internacionales propondrá Libre - Nueva Republica


-Honduras' Zelaya could bounce back as wife runs for election - Oct 22 2013


-Honduran cameraman murdered - Oct 24 2013


-Honduras: One Muddy Election a Comin' - Sept 26 2013


-Public Security Looms Large as Honduras Vote Nears - Oct 23 2013


-South American leaders should help Hondurans fighting for democracy - Oct 29 2013


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Report 7 - Nov 23, 2013

Alarming escalation in the intimidation towards International Election Observers and Accompaniers in Honduras

trucksToday around 10:30-11am in Hotel Suites Aurora in Tegucigalpa 5 men and 1 woman armed civilians dressed men with ski masks offered no identification, another 3 were wearing Immigration t-shirts, who went to reception.

They asked for passports for the people in the lobby who were here, as well as asked for all International Observers to come to the lobby, asked them questions and looked through their passports and took personal records. They took 2 passports from Brazilian international observers without explaining why. When they asked why, they say “because yes we can”.

They explained they were tourists and still they took passports without credible cause.

This is an international outrage that this is happening during this election process and we are concern for what this may foretell for the transparency process tomorrow during elections.

One observer said that when she asked a soldier who he was, he said he could not identify himself, that he was under the command of Manuel Escobar Mejia.

We are extremely concerned for the safety of the International Observers and anyone here to witness the process of the elections.

Please stay tuned to what is going in Honduras and please be aware of the intimidation to International Observers.

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