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1 de Junio de 2011

El regreso de Zelaya: ni reconciliación ni democracia en Honduras

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El regreso de Manuel Zelaya ha aumentado la esperanza de que se produzca una reconciliación en Honduras y que el país vuelva a ser admitido en la Organización de Estados Americanos. Pero Adrienne Pine, profesora de American University que ha trabajado durante mucho tiempo en Honduras, afirma que el país no está más cerca de la reconciliación ahora que en los meses posteriores al golpe de junio de 2009. "Para que haya reconciliación debe haber justicia", asegura Pine. "La continua violencia de estado debe acabar".

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