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Zelaya might be allowed to return

July 13, 2009|Times Wire Reports

Honduras' interim leader held out the possibility of amnesty for ousted President Manuel Zelaya once a post-coup curfew is lifted.

Caretaker President Roberto Micheletti, sworn in hours after troops expelled Zelaya to Costa Rica, held firm in an interview to his position that Zelaya could not return to power under any condition.

No country has recognized Micheletti as president and the U.S. and the Organization of American States have called for Zelaya to be reinstated.

The interim government is holding talks with Zelaya's representatives through the mediation of Costa Rica, but the talks have resulted in little apparent progress.

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