The interim government in Honduras says it has lifted the curfew that had been in place since the June 28 coup that ousted President Manuel Zelaya. The official statement, broadcast on radio and television, said the curfew was lifted across the country Sunday. It said the curfew had helped restore calm.
Source: VOA News
The government had slowly been loosening the curfew. Right before it was canceled, the restriction on free movement was only from 11PM to 4AM.