UPDATE: CNN is reporting the deal is not done, only "90% done," which tells me it ain't done, and Zelaya is manipulating the press with their happy complicity.
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (CNN) -- A negotiator for de facto Honduran President Roberto Micheletti said that no deal was reached between the two opposed sides Wednesday, as other government officials had reported.
Let's pray the hater-in-chief stays out of it.
Due to the relentless pressure from Obama. Zelaya's coup on the Honduran constitution was illegal. Perhaps Obama hopes to replicate the same thing here. US media is not yet reporting this....................
Honduras to restore ousted president. New Age (hat tip Kenneth)
Honduran negotiators reached agreement on Wednesday on a plan to restore President Manuel Zelaya to office and end a political crisis triggered by his ouster in a June coup.
"We have agreed in a document on point number six, which relates to the restitution of the powers of state to where they were before June 28, 2009," Victor Meza, Zelaya's representative, told a news conference.
Restoring the state to the situation before the coup would imply Zelaya's return to office, something that had been opposed by Robert Micheletti, the head of the coup-backed interim government.
Micheletti and Zelaya must now ratify the agreement reached by their representatives in talks Tegucigalpa.
In effect, The Constitution of Honduras was just negated.
Clearly, they will vote him out - if the fix is not in. Previously at Atlas: Busted: Corrupt Zelaya Fixed Election Results for Vote that never took place
Obama backed the Chavez backed Zelaya coup.
Honduras was nothing short of the preservation of their democracy. Their president, Zelaya, tried to usurp the will of the people (sound familiar?).
Take this hypothetical: Imagine Obama announced that he was going to hold a referendum on legalizing a third term for himself. Imagine that even his attorney general Eric Holder advised him that it was illegal. Imagine that the Supreme Court ruled that holding the referendum was unconstitutional. In spite of that, let's imagine that Obama coerced the FEC to hold the referendum anyway. Then we found out that the referendum was being financed by Hugo Chavez. What should the Joint Chiefs do? That is exactly what occurred in Honduras to a tee. The Honduras Attorney General and their Supreme Court did exactly that. Their Generals did what they had to.