Honduras's crisis worsens because both parts present irreducible positions. A political vision of the matter could help solving it.
After two months of crisis, there isn't a solution on the horizon. And the consequences of the removal from power of Manuel Zelaya worsen. This is specially visible in the economy, as the withdrawal of international aid, restrictions to trade, suspension of visa services by the U.S. government, act together in sinking deeper the already impoverished Honduran economy.