This a statement by José Miguel Insulza reported in El Universal, emphasis mine:
“Todavía hay mucha violencia, mucha división, mucho problema, ha habido estado de sitio recientemente, toque de queda; todas esas cosas hay que verlas y además el Gobierno sigue siendo el mismo gobierno y la misma dictadura que era al principio, sin dar derecho a concesión alguna. Todo esto juega en contra de un proceso electoral transparente”
“There is still lots of violence, lots of division, lots of trouble, there has recently been a state of siege, a curfew; all these things must be seen, and also the government is still the same government, and the same dictatorship that it was at the beginning, without giving the right to any concession. All this plays against a transparent electoral process.”
I feel like demanding Insulza call Fidel a dictator. I’d love to hear him call Chávez a dictator. Both have killed innocent civilians, removed many rights, jailed their peaceful opponents, and shut down dissident media, in a way that makes it hard to see how they could condemn Micheletti, who has applied force only on criminals and vandals, who happened to be Zelaya supporters.
God save us from this man.