Monday, July 13, 2009


The right to rebel

Stephen Zunes takes note of a very interesting section (Article 3) of the Honduran Constitution:
No one owes obedience to a government that has usurped power or to those who assume functions or public posts by the force of arms or using means or procedures that rupture or deny what the Constitution and the laws establish. The verified acts by such authorities are null. The people have the right to recur to insurrection in defense of the constitutional order.

Why stop here? There's more...

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