Arias has announced that he also wants to reform his constitution and give more power to the office of president resulting in an imbalance of powers. That isn´t democracy folks it is authoritarianism. He wants to change his own form of government. He doesn´t want to empower the people; he wants to empower himself. The balance of powers are there for a very good reason and it doesn´t matter that he sees them as an obstacle in the way of implementing what he wants.
A neutral country should be the one negotiating the situation in Honduras and not someone who has preconceived ideas for their own country. If he indeed wants to do this he should also lose his Nobel because that is not an act of a president who wants peace in his country.
I think we should look at countries who have no ties to Chavez and who do not have any ideas in changing their own constitution to empower presidents...aka Authoritarianism, not Democracy.
A president should never be able to veto the Supreme Court no matter how much he dislikes their position. They are the final decision maker for a good reason...they balance things and keep presidents from stepping on the rights of citizens.