A curfew was declared in Honduras, Zelaya delayed his return.
1Make haste, god, to deliver me; make haste to help me, Yahvah.
2Let them be ashamed and confounded that seek after my soul, let them be turned backward and put to confusion that desire my hurt.
3Let them be confounded by their recurring shame that say to me, Aha, aha!
4Let all those who seek you rejoice and be glad in you; and let such, as love your salvation, say continually, Let god be magnified.
5But I am poor and needy; make haste to me, god; you are my help and my deliverer; Yahvah, do not tarry.
Events continued to unfold in Honduras. The deposed president had intended to return this date, but his trip was postponed 72 hours (3 days) until the next Psalm.
Verse 2 of this Psalm speaks to those who are turned back, which in this case is the deposed president.
As with the other Psalms in the series, the poverty of Honduras is seen in Verse 5.
The government of Honduras generally remained defiant, imposing a curfew for the evenings of July 3 - 5. The Honduras congress appears to be the people for whom the voice of the Psalm speaks.