...just because Clinton says so. This is a dirty, dirty play on the part of the U.S., and entirely expected. The specific details of the agreement remain to be seen, but one thing we already knew is laid bare: coups d'etat and illegitimate elections happen at the U.S.'s pleasure. Without control of the institutions that have been dedicated to violently repressing the people of Honduras since June 28th, without a guaranteed constituyente and without the ability to call coup supporters--including the two primary presidential candidates--to account (and I'm not talking some watered-down "truth commission"), Zelaya's return at this point (no disrespect to him) has the potential to do more harm than good for future of democracy in Honduras, and that is why Hillary Clinton wants it.
I hope I'll be wrong about this 4am analysis. It wouldn't be the first time.