Hillary Clinton

Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton said today that the "action" against the president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, "must be condemned by all" and called the Honduran respect the "constitutional order." "The action against the president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, violates the provisions of the Inter-American Democratic Charter and should be condemned by all," Clinton said in a statement from Washington. At the same time, the chief U.S. diplomat called on all parties in the Central American country to "respect the constitutional order and the rule of law "and to" reaffirm its belief in democracy and a commitment to resolve disputes peacefully and through dialogue. " "Honduras must embrace the same principles of democracy that affirm the OAS meeting that held less than a month," Clinton said referring to the General Assembly of the Organization of American States (OAS) held in San Honduran Pedro Sula in early June. To read more click here: Viktor Mayer-Schönberger . Of course it was expected that the secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza, condenea severely beat a group of soldiers carried out against the government of Honduran President Jose Manuel Zelaya. Insulza called the coup leaders to disclose the whereabouts of Zelaya and called the people of Honduras and the international community to unite against this serious alteration of the democratic process experienced by the continent. The secretary general of the OAS convened an urgent meeting of the Permanent Council of the organism Hemisphere to be held in the headquarters in Washington. It was expected that the members of Alba will never accept this aberrant and pronounced irregularity and individually and of course more to the union's commitment to support the democratically elected president, Jose Manuel Zelaya, who never recognized the coup is a Honduran President vulgar betrayal.