1.The Constitution of Honduras does not allow for reelection
2.The Constitution of Honduras states that any intention to change term of the presidency, or the non-relection clause is considered a crime
3.Treason by any citizen of the country is punishable by law
4.The president of the country is a Citizen, and not above the law
5.Manuel Zelaya, by promoting to establish a public survey to change the constitution to permit for reelection is in fact engaging in a crime
6.The legislative and judicial branches of government are in their complete jurisdiction to impeach the president if he is guilty of treason
7.The Military executes orders based on the constitution, and the constution gives them the power to arrest and bring the president to the law, to be tried and convicted of his crimes.