Ok, one has to look at the *underlying* things here. This Honduran President was ridden out of town on a rail for a reason.
He was going to hold a non-binding referendum (an opinion poll, as it were) to see if they should chuck this government and make a new one, like they've done in a number of Latin American countries lately.
Now, one wouldn't think that this act would be considered 'illegal'.
But that's his 'crime'. The army took him away for it.
And yano, his Congress, his Vice President (now interim President) and his Supreme Court *all* back this action and say it's completely legal.
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