Month: January 2020
Also agreed was considered calling in immediate consultation of SICA ambassadors accredited to Honduras and prohibiting the participation of representatives who are not accredited by Zelaya in the various meetings of SICA. Similarly, fully support the resolution of the OAS on the situation in Honduras, for the restoration of the constitutional order, and summon the UN to issue a resolution with damning character and take coercive measures against the coup was arranged. Also stated that it will not recognize any Government that emerges from this rupture of the constitutional order and maintain contact through the Rio Group to assess developments and measures to adopt to restore democratic normalcy. Meanwhile the countries that integrate the CA-4, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Guatemala, decided to close its borders as a form of pressure, so the Government de facto out his attitude and deliver legitimate President Manuel Zelaya Companion. Before reading the statement of SICA, President Daniel Ortega, said that the extraordinary meeting of leaders, aims to establish peace and tranquility in the Honduran people. Furthermore, they propose declaring it will not recognize any Government that emerges from this constitutional rupture at the time they call to maintain permanent contact, in particular through the Group of Rio, to assess the evolution of the situation and the measures that later required to adopt to achieve the full restoration of democratic normalcy. On the other hand, requested an emergency meeting of the Council of safety of the United Nations, UN, to be issued a condemnatory resolution and is adopt coercive measures that match against Honduras. In the diplomatic field, they agreed to call inquiry immediately to the ambassadors of the SICA countries accredited to the Government of Honduras and ignore all the ambassadors and representatives who are appointed after the constitutional breakdown in the neighboring country. All sanctions were endorsed by the Secretary-General of the OAS, Miguel Insulza, who has considered international isolation as the only way to restore democracy in Honduras.