Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya on Wednesday left Guatemala for Nicaragua to meet with Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega.
During his stay in Guatemala, Zelaya urged the Honduran people to rebel against the Honduran interim government under post-coup leader Roberto Micheletti.
According to information reaching here from Guatemala City, during his stay in Guatemala, Zelaya also met with Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom, who offered his support to Zelaya's reinstatement.
Zelaya said that the rebellion by the Honduran people is a Constitutional right, and it is not a crime for the people to stage peaceful protests against the interim government.
Zelaya was ousted on June 28 in a military coup and forced into exile in Costa Rica. He was immediately replaced by former president of the Honduran Congress Micheletti.
Over the past weeks, Zelaya has visited all Central American countries, whose presidents condemned the coup and expressed their support to him.
Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua have closed their borders for 48 hours to stop their trade with Honduras.
Meanwhile, Costa Rican President Oscar Arias, who was appointed the mediator of the conflict in Honduras, said that he is getting ready for the second meeting between Zelaya's and Micheletti's representatives scheduled for Saturday in San Jose, Costa Rica.