The OAS has announced that it will not send observers for this Sunday's presidential elections. Why? The answer is obvious..
From all the preparations and open and free campaigning that has been going on here in Honduras, Mr. Insulza knows that the elections are going to be free, open, and fair. If the OAS sends observers, then the OAS will be in the position of having to report that the election process was free and fair. He does not want to do that...In essence, Insulza is more concerned about Honduras becoming a Venezuelan client state than he is about democracy.
The more important question...Is the OAS still relevant in today's world after it's anti-democratic orientation has been exposed?
I hope the newly elected government in Honduras will reject any invitation to rejoin the OAS.