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No breakthrough in political talks

October 24, 2009|Times Wire Reports

Negotiators trying to resolve the Honduran political crisis said that talks had broken off, the third such announcement in the last week.

The interim government declared the negotiations collapsed hours after making a new offer to the delegation representing ousted President Manuel Zelaya, which had set a midnight deadline for an agreement to reinstate him. Zelaya was ousted June 28 in a coup.

Zelaya negotiator Victor Meza earlier in the day also said negotiations had broken down.

John Biehl, a special envoy for the Organization of American States, said he would return to Washington to consult with OAS officials.

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