The first reports I read on the election stated that turnout was low, but suddenly there were reports that 62% participated. I thought that was strange, but this video reports that the turnout was around 49%. In one area where 340 people were registered, only 111 voted. The coup resisters said that the vote would be questionable, and it seems that they were correct.
Follow this link to read more on the electoral fraud which took place in Honduras last week. Less than 50% actually participated in the vote, not the 62% the government is claiming.
The pundits in the U.S.A. are always making crazy claims about elections in Venezuela and Bolivia, while ignoring actual fraud in Honduras. Their fear of Hugo Chávez blinds them to what is really going on. Unfortunately, the rabiblanco pro-oligarchy president of Panamá has supported Lobo and the coup plotters.