REVERSE HONDURAN COUP, OAS DEMANDS
The head of the Organization of American States, Jose Miguel Insulza, said he plans to travel to Honduras on Friday to insist on the restoration of President Manuel Zelaya, who was ousted in a coup Sunday. The interim government of Roberto Micheletti has so far shown little willingness to do so, arguing that the army acted legally – on orders of Congress and the Supreme Court – when it raided Zelaya's house amid the rattle of gunfire and deported him, still in his nightshirt.
The OAS says it will suspend Honduras if Zelaya isn't back in office by Saturday, bringing sanctions that could block international aid to one of the poorest nations in the hemisphere.Nations around the world have promised to shun Micheletti, who was sworn in after the Sunday coup, and the nation already is suffering economic reprisals. Neighbouring countries have imposed trade blockades, major lenders have cut aid, the Obama administration has halted joint military operations and all European Union ambassadors have abandoned the Honduran capital.
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