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Honduras: Micheletti Ready to Step Down

La Opinin, Posted: Jul 16, 2009

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - De facto President Roberto Micheletti said Wednesday for the first time that he is prepared to step down if it will return peace to Honduras, but on the condition that ousted President Manuel Zelaya does not return to office, reports La Opinin. Meanwhile, the government Wednesday night re-instituted a curfew that it had lifted over the weekend in an attempt to quell national unrest. Micheletti said that some Hondurans are planning an armed rebellion against the new government, but that he didnt think it would come to this. I dont think Hondurans are going to take up arms to kill other Hondurans, he said. Micheletti, president of Congress, has been governing Honduras since President Manuel Zelaya was ousted in a military coup on July 28.



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