Crackdown on Teachers in Tegucigalpa Looking Like Dictatorship, Not Unity and Reconciliation

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WilderUtopia, logoCanal 11 Video Coverage of Police Brutality in Tegucigalpa

A non-violent road-block protest by teachers at the National Pedagogical University “Francisco Morazan” in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, calling for increasing the minimum wage, reinstatement of fired workers, and payment of past-due contributions to a pension and benefits fund, ended with teargas, beatings, and arrests.  Those taken were eventually released, but the following video shows the repression of the coup d’etat of 2009 continues with the present government of Pepe Lobo Sosa against any form of democratic free speech.

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