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Cuba and Honduras: What Does the State Department Mean by “Pro-Democracy”?

June 8, 2010


Two articles: U.S. funds for democracy programs in Cuba get green light BY JUAN O. TAMAYO Two members of Congress have freed $15 million for pro-democracy programs in Cuba, but are still blocking $2.6 million for a contractor whose employee is jailed in Havana, according to Washington officials. “I am pleased the State Department […]

Quid Pro Quo: After Leading Attack on His Countrymen, General Rewarded with “CEO” of Hondutel

March 11, 2010


General Romeo Vasquez Velasquez, now head of Hondutel  I’m sure Hondurans are relieved to hear Velasquez assessment of his abilities. “One of the specialties that I have is intelligence, and intelligence must be applied properly to try to have as much information to make the necessary corrections,” the General said.   General Velasquez In Charge […]