The crisis isn’t necessarily over yet. A compromise has been reached where Zelaya will return as President of Honduras, and the election will be held as planned next month, but the Congress still has to vote on it. We’ll see how it goes. In hindsight, it would have been more practical for the Congress to begin impeachment proceedings against Zelaya and let him serve out his term, since there wasn’t too much time left. However, that does undermine justice and democracy, as those in power are given more leeway in terms of the law.
If the vote passes, we can happy that the crisis is solved, but it doesn’t mean that the initial action of arresting Zelaya wasn’t constitutional or completely justified (his deportation though, was illegal). Let’s just hope that Zelaya knows his place this time and doesn’t cause too much trouble before the time he leaves.