The former president and current coordinator of the National Resistance Front, Manuel Zelaya Rosales, was indicted by the Honduran Public Ministry.
The indictment is due to an alleged diversion of funds donated by the Venezuelan state to the government that he chaired.
This action by the government of Porfirio Lobo is contrary to the recommendations of the High Level Commission of the Organization of American States (OEA).
The organization raised the necessity of cancelling the court cases against Zelaya because they have political motivations.
The Resistance Front claimed that the cause seeks to complicate the possible return of Zelaya, who is in exile in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
It also said that the coup structure of Lobo’s government remains intact in the country.
On the other hand, the Front announced that it has gathered more than 940,000 signatures to convene a Constituent Assembly.
Moreover, the supporters demand the unconditional return of President Manuel Zelaya Rosales, Father Andrés Tamayo and all Hondurans in exile.
It is worth remembering that last week, the president of the Committee of Relatives of Detained and Missing People in Honduras, Bertha Oliva, announced the discovery of a mass grave with more than 100 bodies of people missing over the last three months.
Oliva noted that the discovery clearly shows there are crimes against humanity being committed in the country.
Story courtesy of Agencia Pulsar, a news agency run by AMARC-ALC network of community radios