Transform Honduras, says FNRP
Honduras: The National Resistance Front (FNRP) in Honduras reiterated
its call to achieve a Constituent Assembly to amend the Constitution and
Gloria Oqueli, leader of the Liberal Party of Honduras and deputy to
the Central American Parliament said they need a State with rights but
not a right state for a few privileged when attending the foundation of
the First National Assembly of People’s National Resistance Front. The
FNRP was created after the coup on June 28, 2009 against Manuel Zelaya
government. It is formed by trade unions, farmers, indigenous,
humanitarian, intellectuals and politicians who condemned the coup.
FNRP members and supporters in the country participated in the
Assembly that took place in Tocoa city in Colon Department.
Eulogio Chavez, representative of the commission for the popular
consultation, said the precess goes on due to the voluntary work carried
out by the activists in neighbourhoods, colonies, small villages and
cities of the 18 departments.