The Liberty Torch “is a symbol of Central America’s independence from Spain in 1821, and is normally passed across the countries of Central America this time of year. The passing of the torch this year, however, will skip the inclusion of Honduras.”
Guess who is going to hold the torch instead of the government of Honduras. Manuel Zelaya who tried to undermine the Honduran Constitution by abolishing term limits, and was kicked out by the military on orders of the Honduran Supreme Court. Zelaya landed in the arms of Hugo Chavez, Daniel Ortega, Barack Obama, and the Organization of American States.
Zelaya will receive the torch from El Salvador and “will pass it to Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.”
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