There has been a possible breakthrough in the political crisis that has gripped the central American nation of Honduras.
Interim president Roberto Micheletti said he is willing to resign and support the return of exiled president Manuel Zealaya. But only if Zelaya agrees not to try and reclaim the presidency.
Zelaya was removed from power with the backing of the Honduran congress and supreme court.
The world community has been pressuring the interim government to reinstate Zelaya.
Reuters reports that the U.S. State Department has recommended Zelaya's ouster be labeled a military coup that could result in the cutting off of $150 million in U.S. aid to the impoverished nation