A little recognition

December 9, 2009

Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.

Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.

Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.

Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.Porfirio Lobo, who last week won Honduras’ controversial presidential election, sits in Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ San José living room on Tuesday, making his plea for recognition in a world that – except for a few leaders including Arias and Panamanian President Ricardo Martinelli, also present – has been reluctant to accept Lobo as a legitimate president-elect.

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