June 30, 2009
UN General Assembly Condemns Coup in Honduras
The U.N. General Assembly today condemned this weekend’s coup d’état in Honduras, calling for the restoration of the democratically-elected President and constitutional Government. President José Manuel Zelaya Rosales was ousted by the military on Sunday, hours before a referendum was slated to be held on changing the Honduran constitution.
The General Assembly resolution was adopted today acclamation. It deplored the coup, which it stated has “interrupted the democratic and constitutional order and the legitimate exercise of power in Honduras.” The resolution – sponsored by Bolivia, Venezuela, Mexico and the United States, among dozens of Member States – also stressed that it will not recognize any Government other than that of Mr. Zelaya’s.
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