This appeared in a larger story in the Honduran News
Europe Excludes Honduras
September 9th, 2009
The European Union (EU) gave a boost to its pioneer program to bring solar energy to remote communities in eight countries in Latin America, but left out Honduras in this round because of the political situation taking place. After the removal of President Manuel Zelaya, the EU suspended all bilateral aid to the country and reduced to a minimum contacts with the current government headed by Roberto Micheletti.
The European Commission hinted that they hoped there is a duly recognized government representative that can sign this agreement for Honduras before December 31st, otherwise, communities will “receive 0.0 percent” of the promised aid which was to cover 68 communities in Honduras.
(Etc.... When the United States backs a despot everyone falls into line. I can tell you this: Hillary Clinton, if president, would not be selling out this country to Zalaya and Chavez.)