Honduran President Manuel Zelaya, overthrown in a military coup on June 28 and is currently held up in the Brazilian embassy in the Honduran capital Tegucigalpa. Outside the crowds has gathered to defend Zelaya from being taken and murdered.
ONE ASSESSMENT: Significant sections of the country are now in open insurrection, with many barrios erecting barricades and driving police and army out.
Meanwhile, it looks increasingly likely that the desperate coup regime could physically attack the Bazilian embassy in a bid to kill Zelaya.
The situation has no gone so far that either the government is overthrown or the coup regime holds on to power through bloody repression that physically crushes the resistance and the insurrection breaking out.