Two days after the coup, the highest authorities of the Supreme Court of Justice issued instructions for employees of that branch of state to attend the "March for Peace." The topic is not unknown, but comes into force with the ratification of the dismissals of the togated from the Association of Judges for Democracy (AJD), who protested, but for the other side.
Tegucigalpa, Honduras .- The sin committed by judges Guillermo López Lone, Ramón Enrique Barrios, Luis Alonso Chévez and Judge Tirza del Carmen Flores, was taking part in demonstrations against the coup and even to lodge punctual complaints to investigate the participation of some persons in the defenestration of Manuel Zelaya Rosales from the presidency on June 28.
The judges were dismissed for engaging in specific actions that questioned the rupture of constitutional order, however, they were dismissed almost a year later.
They order to march
Parallel to the action against judges who remained on hunger strike for 17 days, a note which was sent on June 30 2009 to the employees of the judiciary power has reappeared, issuing instructions to come to the " Marches for Peace, better known as "white marches"
The order was issued by the Directorate of Personnel Management of the Judiciary, under the authorship of the engineer Sandra Lizeth Rivera Gallo, in her capacity as Chief of Staff.
It says literally: "Following instructions from above, the Officers and Employees of the Judiciary are invited to participate in the" March for Peace in Honduras", which will be held in the central park of the city of Tegucigalpa , today Tuesday, June 30 from 9: 30 am to 1: 00 pm. "
The days after the coup were marked by the struggle in the streets that were staged by particular Hondurans, followers of Manuel Zelaya and the members of the National Front of Popular Resistance, on the one side.
While on the other "side", the Hondurans who saw in the referendum proposed by Zelaya the pretension of his continuity in power, public and private company employees who, according to complaints, they were forced to take to the streets to protest in the "March for Peace."
These events marked the division of the Honduran people that even today remains, perhaps not to the same extent at the beginning, but managed to roll off the masks of people flirting with whites and with social groups without defining his position well.
This led to the phobia all of those who rejected the irregular actions committed with the rupture of constitutional order and the dismissal and punishment of persons who were located on the opposite side of government, as the case of the three judges and magistrate the Supreme Court were eventually removed from office
The hunger strike that judges developed during 17 days in the vicinity of the Legislative Chamber, drew national attention, but mainly from international agencies, who saw in the dismissals of the judges a blow to the independence of the Judicial Power.
The question that remains in the air is: Will the same take place against those who participated in the "white marches?