Ousted Honduras President Allowed To Return To Country

08/27/2009 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011
  • Ronald Buchanan Financial Times

The armed forces of Honduras showed the first sign of compromise following its recent coup by issuing a statement indicating that they would accept the return of Manuel Zelaya, the ousted president.

As Mr Zelaya remained camped on the Nicaraguan side of the border with Honduras, the army announced that it would accept negotiations "within the framework of the San José Accord".

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