RMCXF49DXiomara Castro de Zelaya, Manuel Zelaya's wife and supporters of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya during a march
RM2D16W2THonduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya looks at his mobile phone while accompanied by his granddaughter, Irene Melara and his mother Hortensia Rosales (L) during their visit to the Brazilian embassy, in Tegucigalpa October 18, 2009. Talks to resolve a post-coup crisis in Honduras hit a deadlock on Friday, as de facto leader Roberto Micheletti resisted international pressure to reinstate toppled Zelaya.REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS POLITICS CONFLICT)
RMEF1ETW(150125) -- TEGUCIGALPA, Jan. 25, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Supporters of the political party 'Libertad y Refundacion', whose leader is former Honduran President, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, celebrate the constitutional non-ratification of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP), in front of the National Congress, in Tegucigalpa city, Honduras, on Jan. 24, 2015. The Honduran Congress rejected on Saturday the proposal of the Executive Branch to grant constitutional rank to the PMOP, during the closing of the sessions of the first legislature. After the rejection of the lawmakers, President Juan Orlan
RF2E9AMA9President of Honduras Manuel Zelaya Rosales speaks at the White House on June 5, 2006 in Washington, DC. after meeting with President Bush. Photo by Olivier Douliery/ABACAPRESS.COM
RM2GM00GTTegucigalpa, Tegucigalpa, Honduras. 15th Sep, 2021. The Free Party makes a march in commemoration of the bicentennial of the independence of Honduras.Led by the presidential candidate Xiomara Castro de Zelaya and the former president of Honduras MANUEL ZELAYA ROSALES (Credit Image: © Milo Espinoza/ZUMA Press Wire) Credit: ZUMA Press, Inc./Alamy Live News
RMCXF442Honduran Police stand guard as thousands of supporters of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya protest in Tegucigalpa
RMTYJ88CHonduras President Manuel Zelaya Rosales addresses the 62nd General Assembly at the United Nations on September 25, 2007 in New York City. (UPI Photo/Monika Graff)
RMCXF42THonduran soldiers stand guard as supporters of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya pass by during a march
RMCXF44TArmed forces of Honduras at the time of the 2009 Honduran political crisis
RM2E7DE1BHonduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya embraces his granddaughter, Irene Melara (R), while accompanied by his mother, Hortensia Rosales (C) and mother-in-law, Olga Sarmiento (L) inside the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa October 18, 2009. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido(HONDURAS POLITICS CONFLICT)
RMEF1ETT(150125) -- TEGUCIGALPA, Jan. 25, 2015 (Xinhua) -- A supporter of the political party 'Libertad y Refundacion', whose leader is former Honduran President, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, holds a banner during the celebration of the constitutional non-ratification of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP), in front of the National Congress, in Tegucigalpa city, Honduras, on Jan. 24, 2015. The Honduran Congress rejected on Saturday the proposal of the Executive Branch to grant constitutional rank to the PMOP, during the closing of the sessions of the first legislature. After the rejection of the
RM2D1FXD1Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya's mother Rosales (3rd R), daughter Zoe (2nd R) and other relatives visit the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa December 24, 2009. Zelaya has remained inside the Brazilian embassy since September 21. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (HONDURAS - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
RF2E9AM9FPresident of Honduras Manuel Zelaya Rosales speaks at the White House on June 5, 2006 in Washington, DC. after meeting with President Bush. Photo by Olivier Douliery/ABACAPRESS.COM