Honduran Organizations Reject Meddling in Venezuela Internal Affairs

Tegucipalga, March 18 (Prensa Latina) On Monday, the Civic Council of Popular and Indigenous Organizations of Honduras (Copinh) rejected any type of participation in Venezuela”s internal affairs, including a military intervention.

In an act of solidarity, Copinh expressed his fraternity to the Venezuelan people and government ‘who resist day by day the onslaughts of an economic blockade and defend the daily life of the Bolivarian revolution.

The Council warned about the onslaught of the ultra-reactionary forces in Our America, with the deepening of the neoliberal model of domination for the plundering of natural commons and the exploitation of peoples.

It called on world organizations and peoples to show solidarity with the Venezuelan people, victims of a blatant aggression on the part of the U.S. government.

A foreign military action in Venezuela would mean the violation of the sovereignty of all Latin American and Caribbean people, and would unleash an inexorable stage of destruction and death on the continent.

It recalled the 2009 coup d’état in Honduras against the legitimate government of Manuel Zelaya, in which the U.S. administration played a key role.

Doors must be closed against foreign military intervention and against the economic and commercial blockade, urged the Copinh.

It stressed that the difficult situation of the Venezuelan people must be solved by the Venezuelan people with the deepening of the political project of inclusion and popular participation.

In evoking the leader of the Bolivarian Revolution, Hugo Chavez, he called for the deepening of the ideology of ‘Commune or Nothing’ and the union of popular forces for the construction, from the base, of communal and anti-patriarchal socialism.

It demanded respect for the Venezuelan people sovereignty and the cessation of repressive measures by the U.S. government and other puppets in the region such as the government of Honduras.

Juan Orlando Hernandez administration recognized the self-proclaimed Juan Guaido and even received credentials from his supposed designated ambassador.


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