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For the first time in American history, Congress would try to remove the President from office.
The trouble is linked to turmoil that culminated in the coup d'etat that ousted President Marc Ravalomanana last week.
Brazil has warned the interim government in Honduras not to touch its embassy in the capital Tegucigalpa where the deposed President Manuel Zelayer has taken refuge.
We do not know if the ousted president was roll over, we are going to investigate.
The opposition parties claimed to recall the president unless he apologizes in public.
The Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez called for the UN to support the ousted president, describing his return to the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa as a courageous act.
Although Congress failed to remove him, the vote did not end a conflict with the White House over the future of the South.
The International Committee of the Red Cross says one of its delegates has been inside the Brazilian embassy in Honduras where the deposed Honduran President Emule Zelaya has sought refuge.
The trial was an important turning point in the making of the nation. Removal from office would have established the idea that the president could serve only with the approval of Congress.
A referendum to recall the president requires the support of two-thirds of Taiwan's 225-seat legislature before it can be presented to the island's voters for approval.
Honduran troops have been surrounding the building since Monday when the country's deposed President Manuel Zelaya sought refuge there after his surprised return to Honduras.
Parliament members from the Kuomintang party, the main opposition group, are seeking a referendum to recall the president for alleged incompetence and financial wrongdoing by his family.
Why did the opposition vote to recall the president after the government halted construction of the nuclear power plant?
Megawati Sukarnoputri was sworn in as Indonesian President yesterday after Parliament voted unanimously to dismiss her predecessor, Abdurrahman Wahid.
The Constitution is ambiguous about impeachment although impeachment is the only means to remove a president from office.
The interim government has used the emergency to close media outlets and arrest supporters of the ousted president who remains besieged inside the Brazilian embassy.
The de facto government of Honduras reacted to the return of Manuel Zelaya, the ousted president, by suspending constitutional freedoms.
The recent uprising in Tunisia, which has been called the Jasmine Revolution, succeeded in unseating President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali.
Some suggested Kyrgyzstan's ousted president, Kurmanbek Bakiyev, was behind them – describing the violence as a premeditated attempt by him to take revenge on the new leadership.
Honduras's Supreme Court and Congress absolved the military officers who removed Mr Zelaya from power of any wrongdoing.
The coalition has pledged to restore to the bench judges removed last year by the president.