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Paul Moist wrote a letter to Prime Minister Stephen Harper June 29 condemning the coup d’état in Honduras and asking the prime minister to be clear on what his government is asking for.

The letter states:

We note, that although Foreign Minister Kent condemned the institutional crisis in democracy and called for the restoration of the rule of law in Honduras, he did not mention President Zelaya’s name nor explicitly state that Canada wants him reinstated unconditionally and immediately

Moist urged Harper to support an Organization of American States resolution calling for the reinstatement of the democratically elected government of Manuel Zelaya Rosales.