Representatives of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and de facto leader Roberto Micheletti are meeting Tuesday to discuss the country’s political crisis. But from his refuge in the Brazilian embassy, Zelaya said he was sceptical.
Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya and the de facto government of Roberto Micheletti have reportedly agreed to create a joint cabinet composed of ministers from both factions, though Zelaya's return to power remains a sticking point in talks.
Negotiators seeking to end the standoff between Honduras' de facto leader Roberto Micheletti and ousted president Manuel Zelaya say they have made some progress, though talks remain deadlocked on the issue of Zelaya's return to power.
As diplomats from across the Americas step up efforts to resolve the standoff between interim leader Roberto Micheletti and ousted President Manuel Zelaya, Honduran media have made it clear who they are rooting for.
Honduras' de facto leader Roberto Micheletti (pictured) has lifted an emergency decree imposed after the return of ousted President Manuel Zelaya. The decree had curbed civil liberties and forced the closure of two media outlets loyal to Zelaya.
Hours after meeting with a delegation from the Organization of American States (OAS) in Tegucigalpa, Honduran de facto president Roberto Micheletti (photo right) he said he was ready for talks over President Manuel Zelaya’s ouster.
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Honduran security forces have detained 55 supporters of ousted President Manuel Zelaya in a dawn raid on a farm workers building. The security forces acted under a highly controversial decree restricting civil rights.
Honduras's increasingly isolated interim leader Roberto Micheletti has said he would consider removing curbs on civil liberties and resume mediation efforts amid mounting international condemnation of the regime's clampdown on dissent.