Honduras Presidential Unrest Enters Fifth Month

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As the political crisis in Honduras moves into its fifth month, two men still claim to be the country's legitimate president.
Now, a U.S. brokered agreement for a unity government is faltering.
U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Craig Kelly returned to Honduras this week to revive the accord, meeting with ousted President Manuel Zelaya and Interim President Roberto Micheletti.

"There is an accord and we want it to advance because we think it is important for the country and the region," said Kelly. "It's urgent and we have to advance."

Still, Zelaya insists there is no agreement if he is not returned to power, and he has refused to name members to the unity government.
With the standoff still unresolved, all eyes are on the presidential elections scheduled for Nov. 29.

CBN News Latin America Correspondent Stan Jeter discussed the crisis in Honduras and what role the church is playing in the upcoming presidential elections. Click play for his comments.

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