Congress in Honduras will not vote on whether to restore ousted President Manuel Zelaya until after elections this month, a senior lawmaker said.
Congressional president Jose Alvedro Saavedra said Congress would meet in early December to decide if Mr Zelaya will be allowed to serve out his term.
Zelaya of course is in a snit,
Mr Zelaya warned last weekend that he would not return to the presidency if Congress voted to restore him after the elections. He said doing so would legitimise his removal from office in June.
His term of office is due to end in January.
In the meantime, Zelaya remains cooped up with his teddy bear in the tin-foil lined room so that brain-altering radiation won’t get to him:
His followers, however, are deserting the sinking ship of the Brazilian Embassy. What’s even more interesting is that so are the journalists.