Honduras: Zelaya's return may spark instability

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Video
Institution
Economist Intelligence Unit
Abstract
José Manuel Zelaya, former president of Honduras, returned to his country in May after the coup that ousted him in 2009. Since coming back, he has reentered politics and this has raised concerns that he may once again try and change the constitution. This could have severe implications for the operating environment in Honduras.
Topic
Democratization, Development, International Trade and Finance, Markets, Governance
Political Geography
Latin America
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