President Manuel Zelaya (pictured) was ousted in a coup five months ago. On Sunday, Hondurans will go to the polls to elect Zelaya's successor. Many Latin American countries have refused to recognize the elections, organized by the de facto government of Roberto Micheletti. Yet some Hondurans consider choosing a new president a first step toward ending the country's political crisis. From Tegucigalpa, John Otis reports.
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