Sao Paulo, Brazil. César Gaviria, former secretary general of the Organization of American States, stated yesterday that he considers it "impossible" for the deposed President of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, to return to power because he lacks the support of the Judiciary, Congress, and the military. He even hinted that Zelaya could stay in the Brazilian embassy in the rest of his life.
The former Colombian president (1990 - 1994) defended the transitional government in Honduras and a process of monitoring the elections on Nov. 29, as a solution to the political crisis in this Central American country.
Translated from La Prensa