Welcome to the Carnival of Latin America and the Caribbean. Today the Carnival’s dedicated to the Honduran election.
Here’s a roundup of links:
Good news from Honduras
Honduras election results in decisive win for democracy
Don’t miss Daniel’s two posts:
Honduras and the US win; Chavez and Lula lose and Recognizing Honduras elections
Was the Election in Honduras a referendum on Socialism?
Honduran Voters Defy Leftist Thug Zelaya – Record Turnout Reported in Today’s Elections …Update: Conservative Lobo Wins
The tribunal say more than 60 percent of registered voters had cast ballots.
WALKBACK COMPLETE: US RECOGNIZES WINNER IN HONDURAN ELECTION
Morning Bell: A Victory for Democracy in Honduras
The Supremacy of Honduras
The Honduran vote
In-country reports from the Heritage Foundation:
Zelaya Opponent Wins Honduran Election by Large Margin
On his knees and other candidate news
Zelaya fans flames of discontent in Honduras also at This ain’t hell
Distorting Honduran History at the New York Times
Honduras Holds Presidential Election…Chavez And Obama Hit Hardest
The Mouse That Roared: Congratulations, Honduras
Ley seca en Honduras para elegir presidente “con ayuda de Dios”
Alone, and right, on Honduras
Honduras Votes Amidst Bomb Attacks as Police Seize More Explosives
Obama Backing of Honduras Election Crimps Latin Ties
Obama and Chavez Backed Zelaya Repudiated in Honduras election
More links on Honduras, via Larwyn:
Congratulations to the Little Country That Could
Thank You, Honduras
Honduras Elects Porfirio “Pepe” Lobo As President
Andrew’s readers. Please visit often.
ELSEWHERE IN THE REGION:
Summit of Amazon Countries Want Rich Nations to Pay Them for Global Warming
Ahmadinejad visit wrap-up
If I Were Lula’s Political Rivals
A hug from Lula
Why Brazil’s president offered a red carpet to Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
18,000 miles to Washington
Motorcyclist rides from Brazil in hopes of getting patent case heard
UK police settle over de Menezes shooting
Maletines a Yoani: Te felicito, pero discrepo
Reading the fine print
That Blockheaded bloqueo means U.S. companies miss out on THIS.
Bastion and distraction
Arnaldo Márquez Gil, Cuban Political Prisoner of the Week, 11/29/09
Our Neighbor to the South and Do We Care?
The best home defense
Dubai, Greece and Venezuela, three countries, three different debt profiles
Chávez pays a ‘lightning’ visit to Raúl, Fidel after talks with a high-level Cuban mission
Fausta's blog, Manuel Zelaya, Mel Zelaya, Pepe Lobo, Roberto Micheletti