Ousted Honduran Leader Addresses UN via Cell Phone
Honduras' ousted president addressed the United Nations General Assembly by cellular phone late Monday from the Brazilian embassy in his country where he is holed up, calling on the world body to guarantee his personal safety and turn back the ''dictatorship'' that has taken power.
''Those who still harbored any doubt that a dictatorship has been installed here can lay those doubts to rest,'' Manuel Zelaya said via a telephone brought to the General Assembly podium by his foreign minister, Patricia Rodas. ''This is a fascist dictatorship that has repressed the Honduran people.'' More