Honduras' political crisis is coming to an end. Five months after being forced out of the country by the military, Manuel Zelaya will apparently be allowed to resume his term of office. The country's election scheduled for later this month, in which Zelaya is not a candidate, will proceed as planned. I'd like to pose an open question to our bloggers and readers: what are the lessons of the crisis for constitutional design and constitutional politics?
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