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Flash Report on Colombia referendum, Feb 2010.
ADRN findings in La Republica newspaper (Peru).
Presentación en la PUCP:Red de Investigación de la Democracia Andina, "Más allá de la democracia electoral: hacia democracias ciudadanas en Los Andes"
The Andean Democracy Research Network findings presented at the Catholic University of Peru, Feb 23, 2010.
A lesson of the forcible removal of President Zelaya from Honduras is that coups can still occur in Latin America.
Zelaya’s attempt to push forward the vote on June 28 was seen as unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.
On June 5, 2009, in the Bagua Province of the Peruvian Amazon, dozens of people were killed and more than 200 were injured when national police attacked indigenous protesters that had mobilized against a series of legislative decrees.
Statement by the Friends of the Inter-American Democratic Charter on the Honduran Coup, Sunday, June 28, 2009
Faced with the occurrence of the coup d’état in the Republic of Honduras, Sunday, June 28,
It is absolutely clear that the country’s constitutional and democratic order has been “interrupted,” to use the phraseology of the Inter-American Democratic Charter.
Analysis of the was prepared by Elena Cryst for the Carter Center.