Talk:José Azcona, former president of Honduras, dies at 74
Shouldn't the title and body read Honduras, not Hondulas? --Moonty 13:40, 25 October 2005 (UTC)
It says that this guy is one of the cleanest politicians there, but it also says that he sided with the Contras. The Contras massacred peasants. If it is indeed true that he was innocent of these crimes, we need to elaborate on those two things. How is he not guilty of things that happened on his watch? --Aciel 04:12, 26 October 2005 (UTC)
- I understand "not corrupted" as "he had (almost) nothing to do with bribery. Political corruption means generally a person is far from bribery, election flauds, power abusing, not from his mistakes or wrong politics. cleanness in this meaning doesn't mean "innocence".
- If you aren't satisfied with wording, you can change it. Also your expansion is welcome. Thanks. --Aphaia 04:47, 26 October 2005 (UTC)