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An agreement to end the monthlong political turmoil in Honduras went before Congress, with political amnesty and national elections on the table.

The 128 deputies of the country's unicameral legislature will decide whether to grant a period of political amnesty for both sides in the conflict, and whether to move forward the national elections scheduled for November.

The two issues are among the points included in the so-called San Jose Accord -- a proposed agreement to bring an end to the political standoff that escalated after the ouster of President Jose Manuel Zelaya on June 28. The United Nations and Organization of American States condemned the coup that pushed Zelaya out of the country and have called for his reinstatement as president. Read full article »

Journalist Elvin Sandoval in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, contributed to this report.

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