After Supreme Court confirms dismissal
[Translation of an article from Tiempo of San Pedro Sula, Honduras, for June 1, from an Agence France Presse dispatch. See also “In Honduras, hunger strike over fired judges continues” posted here on May 28.]
Tegucigalpa – Two judges and two other participants who had been on hunger strike in Honduras for 17 days quit the protest on Tuesday after the magistrates of the Supreme Court declined to reinstate the four judges who had been dismissed.
“The hunger strike is suspended but we are going to begin other actions on an international level, in the International Criminal Court (ICC), the Organization of American States and other bodies, to make it known that the coup d’état in Honduras has not been reversed,” one of the strikers, Guillermo López, told AFP. (more…)