Video: Honduras poor pained by coup

Curfews put in place during the political crisis prevents Hondurans from making a living.

    While the stand-off in Honduras between Roberto Micheletti, the interim president, and Manuel Zelaya, the ousted president, continues, it is the people of the country who are suffering the most.
     
    Curfews put in place during the crisis have prevented the country's poor from making a living.
     
    Zelaya supporters are planning mass protests to mark the 90th day since the coup, but those already on less than a dollar a day have nothing but their livelihoods on their minds .
     
    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports.


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