Honduras Coup - Day 110 - October 15, 2009
- State Department quietly communicating with new Honduran regime
By foreignpolicy.com : October 15, 2009
As the two battling parties in the Honduran presidential dispute struggle to reach a settlement, the State Department has been communicating behind the scenes with both camps, a senior State Department official told The Cable.
- Honduras: no news is not good news
By mexfiles.net : October 15, 2009
If insanity is doing the same thing over again and expecting different results, then apparently, the entire world has gone mad when it comes to talking to the de facto regime in Honduras.
- Honduras, already poor, sinks further after coup
By Ben Fox, AP - google.com : October 15, 2009
A woman caring for six grandchildren can no longer afford milk. A bricklayer who used to work six days a week now is lucky to get two. A shop manager has seen his earnings evaporate.
- Zelaya's fate will be decided by either Honduras Supreme Court or National Congress
By examiner.com : October 15, 2009
The parties in the negotiations to resolve the Honduras constitutional crisis may be very close to reaching agreement on a solution. After having disposed of all other aspects of the OAS-promoted accord, the only point of contention left is the return of Manuel Zelaya to the presidency.
- No Solution Today
By hondurascoup2009.blogspot.com : October 15, 2009
Radio Globo just announced that the meetings have broken up for the day without agreement. The Micheletti team left the hotel without talking to reporters. The Zelaya team spoke briefly and said there are interesting proposals, but no agreement.
- DeMint's Honduran coup buddies set to return power to overthrown prez
By Chris Haire - charlestoncitypaper.com : October 15, 2009
A few weeks ago, Jim DeMint journeyed to Honduras to meet with the Honduran government officials who overthrew democratically elected President Manuel Zelaya.
- 100 Days of Resistance
By aljazeera.net : October 15, 2009
It has been more than 100 days since Honduras underwent only the second coup in Central America since the end of the cold war.
- Honduran Accords Hung Up on Zelaya's Reinstatement
By americasmexico.blogspot.com : October 15, 2009
Talks between representatives of the coup regime and the constitutional government of President Manuel Zelaya reached consensus on eight of nine points yesterday. But the missing point is the same one that that has has held up any agreement to end the stand-off since Day One of the coup d'état over three months ago.
- Hopes high for reconciliation as Zelaya 'deadline' reached
By Joseph Bamat - france24.com : October 15, 2009
As a deadline imposed by ousted leader Manuel Zelaya is reached, negotiators say they are close to an agreement to end Honduras' political crisis, while the de facto president said no deal was made.
- Honduras Resumes Talks amid Uncertainty
By prensa-latina.cu : October 15, 2009
Representatives of constitutional President Manuel Zelaya and the de facto government announced they would continue thetalks on Thursday to find a solution to the crisis unleashed in this country after the military coup.
- Honduras deal in balance as talks tackle Zelaya future
By Frank Jack Daniel - reuters.com : October 15, 2009
A tentative plan to end Honduras' political crisis hung in the balance on Thursday as negotiators met again on whether President Manuel Zelaya, toppled in a June coup, should be returned to power.
- More fact finding in Honduras
By weeksnotice.blogspot.com : October 15, 2009
Peter Roskam is one of the Republican House members who went to Honduras, and he published an op-ed about the trip. As with other coup supporters, he calls Mel Zelaya's forced exile a "tactical error" rather than a violation of the constitution. There are a variety of other common errors, all of which were assuredly reinforced by his "fact" finding.
- Deal may return Zelaya
By theage.com.au : October 15, 2009
Honduran negotiators have reached agreement on ending a political crisis triggered by President Manuel Zelaya's ouster in a June coup.
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