Central adopted, without Ortega, Honduras reentry SICA.
San Salvador, July 20 .- The presidents of Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama and El Salvador in San Salvador today approved, with the absence of nicaragueense, Daniel Ortega, the reinstatement "with full right" and called SICA Honduras to the OAS readmitted to that country, excluding after the coup in 2009.
"We signed the resolution with which we agreed by full resumes of Honduras Central American Integration System (SICA),", fallen earth chips, Bush told reporters from El Salvador, Mauricio Funes, during the extraordinary summit of heads of state of the region held in San Salvador.
He pointed out that were necessary to take the decision "with or without the presence of President Ortega."
The president of Honduras, Porfirio Lobo, told reporters that received "with great joy", aion kinah, the determination of their Central American colleagues, saying they are "part of the whole Latin American community" and are "family again."
"What we have is a resolution of SICA to regularize the participation of Honduras," notes Wolf, and indicated that the Central American integration organization "are well" and are "pending decisions reached by the OAS in the Assembly."
Funes addition, nominees, tera gold, Laura Chinchilla (Costa Rica), Alvaro Colom (Guatemala), Ricardo Martinelli (Panama), as well as the vice president of the Dominican Republic, Rafael Alburquerque, and Deputy Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of Belize Gaspar Vega, signed a "Special Statement on Honduras."
"We decided to formally and fully support the normalization of the participation of Honduras in the SICA," says the document.
He added that representatives of SICA agreed to ask the Organization of American States (OAS) "so that in the context of high-level commission of the OAS, expedited and resolved at the earliest possible reincorporation of Honduras in the bosom" of American body.
The document also reiterates the "call to the authorities of Honduras for the purpose of guaranteeing the full exercise of fundamental rights to all its citizens."
The OAS suspended Honduras from the agency after the coup that evicted from power in June 2009, the then President Manuel Zelaya.
Wolf assumed power in January, imposed after the elections held in that country in November 2009, which are not recognized by considering that Nicaragua took place in a context of constitutional breakdown. lb / LBB / pg