Mr. Insulza, I ask that you please read this: Zelaya was deposed constitutionally. In this sense, all countries should have accepted the decision as legal, even though their constitutions do not have clauses allowing such removals. The Honduran Constitution is different and it does allow it. We are not talking about your point of view, but the law of a democratic country. Understand?
- Oliverio (Commenting on La Prensa)