'The Honduras Justice Ministry on Wednesday requested the arrest of ex president Manuel Zelaya, two of his former ministers and two other former Government officials, on charges of fraud, document forgery and abuse of power. The ex Honduras leader is currently in exile in Dominican Republic’s capital Santo Domingo. The Office of the Prosecutor Against Corruption presented the request before Tegucigalpa’s Penal Court, and asked the court to issue an arrest warrant for Zelaya and the other four if necessary, a judicial source told Efe.' Meanwhile, on Thursday Zelaya's supporters in Honduras took to the streets 'Thousands of supporters of ousted Honduras president Manuel Zelaya took to the streets of the capital yesterday for the first time since President Porfirio Lobo took office last month. Lobo, who was elected in controversial polls held under the de facto regime, took power on January 27 and granted Zelaya safe passage to the Dominican Republic. Zelaya, a centrist who swung to the left while in office, had spent several months holed up in the Brazilian embassy after secretly returning to the Central American nation. Yesterday's protesters called for reform of the constitution and denounced corruption and rights abuses since Zelaya was ousted last June. Some 10,000 people set off from the capital's main university but were blocked by soldiers from nearing the presidential palace and diverted to the parliament in the city centre instead, according to organisers.'