May be so. But it is fair to say that the Honduran government will have due pause before trusting many of its ostensible allies for the foreseeable future. And if the language with which the Honduran affair is described does not change with some alacrity, they would be all-too well justified in such caution:
Some Latin American nations do not recognize Lobo's victory in November elections, because the vote was held under the interim government that replaced Zelaya.
A leader of Honduras' congress says lawmakers will start considering a bill on Tuesday to grant an amnesty to those involved in the June 28 coup that removed Zelaya.Say it with me yet again, bretheren "It. Was. Not. A. Fracking. Coup."