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June 28, 2009


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Illegal or not, my question would be "What's the alternative?" Unless there's the possibility of a real groundswell for Zelaya, I don't see how either the Congress or the military can walk it back.

The article about term limits stablishes that anyone who propposes it will be imediately deposted and will lose political rights for ten years. There is no mention of impeachment procedures.
Since the Supreme Court is in charge of enforcing the constitution, it has the constitutional power to depose the president.

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