Honduras Crisis

    On June 28th soldiers arrested Honduran President Zelaya in his pajamas and stuck him on a plane to Costa Rica. The international community has called the ouster a coup d’etat. However, others see some legitimacy in the actions of the Honduran Supreme Court and the military since Zelaya, they argue, had broken Constitutional law by trying to lift Presidential term limits. This hour, a conversation about the Honduras crisis, the United States response, and what it means for the region with CHRISTOPHER SABATINI, senior director of policy at the Council of the Americas. Listen to the mp3

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