It Ain’t Over ‘Til It’s Over

Zelaya negotiator says Honduras talks reach deal

Negotiators on Wednesday reached a deal that may resolve a crisis in Honduras sparked by a coup three months ago, but the agreement needs to be approved by ousted President Manuel Zelaya and de facto leader Roberto Micheletti, Zelaya’s lead negotiator, Victor Meza, told reporters.

End to Honduras crisis? Not so fast, negotiator says

A negotiator for de facto Honduran President Roberto Micheletti said that no deal was reached between the two opposed sides Wednesday, as other government officials had reported.

Ninety percent of an agreement to end the country’s ongoing political crisis has been reached, Micheletti negotiator Vilma Morales said at a news conference Wednesday, but some key points remained to be worked out.

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Spinning Zelaya

Seeing as how his removal was legal and Honduran elections are scheduled for next month anyway, I’m not sure why there are even negotiations to reinstate Zelaya, except to placate the Obama administration’s bizzare threat not to recognize the elections. That’s right, the United States won’t recognize the constitutionally scheduled Honduran elections unless the Honduran government bends over for Obama’s State department and negotiates with the legally removed socialist, anti-semitic Hugo Chavez wannabe.

/as far as I’m concerned, they should just let his paranoid ass rot in the Brazilian embassy