Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Honduras Update

As Zelaya continues to flirt with the prospect of returning to Honduras to reclaim the presidency, the United States State Department revokes the visas of certain coup leaders. Roberto Micheletti, who replaced Zelaya as President, appears open to the return of Zelaya from exile (though he mentions prosecution, it's clear from his op-ed that the coup plotters would agree to some other arrangement.) And Kevin Coleman at History News Network has another good column on how the protests represent a flourishing of democracy in Honduras.

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