Despite the conclusion of the presidential election in Honduras last week, donor countries must not completely restore its aid for the impoverished American nation just yet, according to
. Much still needs to be done in order to fully reinstate democracy in Honduras. The country must remain on track in setting up a unity government - pending the January inauguration - and a truth commission, as well as restoring civil liberties. Until these have been achieved, donors must not give the go-ahead for the resumption of their aid programs for Honduras, NYT argues.