Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Curfew continues part 3

We are now in day 2 1/2 of the enforced curfew in Honduras. They suspended curfew from 10am until 4pm today to allow people to get out and buy food, attend to business, but then curfew is back on. School was canceled, and we continue to work from home. Zelaya was given the opportunity to work with the Honduran government, as long as he recognized the elections in November to be legitimate elections. He declined this, so the stalemate continues. In the mean time, looters are taking advantage of the fact that people aren't around, and 100 people were arrested last night when they were out during curfew. Again, La Ceiba continues to be quiet.

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