Friday, October 30, 2009

On the Streets of Honduras

"Honduras optimistic as talks resume" by Juan Zamorano, Associated Press | October 30, 2009

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras - Police fired tear gas to disperse a march of about 1,000 Zelaya supporters as they neared the hotel where the talks were taking place....

Related: Honduras' People Power

They never went away, Globe; you hid them because you support the coup.

Meanwhile, Honduras’s opposing political factions resumed talks yesterday and expressed hope that a deal could be reached soon to end the power crisis that has paralyzed the country since a coup four months ago. The two sides returned to the negotiating table a day after visiting US diplomats urged both factions to be more flexible and find a solution before previously scheduled presidential elections looming in November. The international community has threatened not to recognize the vote if deposed President Manuel Zelaya is not reinstated....

So they will give him the job back two days before the vote, watch.

If the "international community" had wanted him reinstated it would have happened by now.