Released: Filed Under: NFHS Policy
About "Honduras (AFF)"
US companies sell weapons that end up with a dangerous para-military force in Honduras known for its brutality and human rights violations. Official US policy is that we’re not supposed to arm them, so instead we sell them to other agencies of the Honduran government who then turn around and give them to these guys. The impacts are awful. Journalists and activists aren’t given the freedom of expression. When they speak out, they are assassinated. Honduras is the most dangerous country for environmentalist activists. Instead of protecting the people, the Honduran security services that we are supporting are oppressing them. This plan cancels US arms sales to Honduras.
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Rebecca Sumner has been debating for four years. She has qualified for team policy debate at NITOC for three years in a row. All three times, the qualification came within the first three tournaments.