Friday, 12 February 2010

Bolivia rejects new Honduran government

La Paz, Jan 30 (Prensa Latina) Bolivian Foreign Minister David Choquehuanca stated on Saturday that Evo Morales''s government would not recognize the new Honduran Executive of President elect Porfirio Lobo, because the Bolivian government rejects dictatorships.
Bolivian newspaper La Razon published statements by Choquehuanca, and said several countries have said they would not accept those elections.
Bolivian top authorities said the constitutional President of Honduras is Manuel Zelaya, victim of a military coup on June 28, 2009, led by Roberto MIcheletti.
The Bolivian foreign minister also said his country would not change its stance, because its population has suffered military dictatorships in the past.
Porfirio Lobo was inaugurated on Wednesday, without the necessary support from the international community.
The current Honduran government is at risk of not being recognized by several Latin American countries, since they reject the illegal elections on November, 2009, organized under a de facto regime.