** CORRECTS PHOTOGRAPHER'S BYLINE TO FERNANDO ANTONIO ** A demonstrator, with a Honduran flag on his shoulders, stands next to a bonfire near to the presidential house in Tegucigalpa, Monday, June 29, 2009. Honduras' new leaders defied growing global pressure on Monday to reverse a military coup, arguing that they had followed their constitution in removing President Manuel Zelaya. (AP Photo/Fernando Antonio)
OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza says the international community has done ``practically everything that can be done'' to persuade interim leaders to give up power and restore ousted President Manuel Zelaya.
Insulza said at a news conference in Guyana on Thursday it will be ``very hard to turn things around'' by a Saturday deadline set by his organization. He says the OAS will discuss sanctions over the weekend.
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