Sunday, August 30, 2009


By Emile Schepers.

There is not much that is really new to report tonight. Prensa Latina says that the National Front Against the Coup met in a general assembly today and agreed that street demonstrations will continue until democratic normalcy is restored and President Zelaya returns. Resistance leader Juan Barahona says that their will be a meeting of the three labor union federations this coming Wednesday evening to decide on work stoppages for the rest of the week.

The Mexican newspaper El Financiero reports that this Tuesday, President Zelaya will travel to Washington DC to speak to the Organization of American States (OAS) and that OAS secretary general Jose Miguel Insulza still sees a slim chance for a return to negotiations on the basis of the San Jose proposal crafted by Costa Rican president Oscar Arias.

Let's see what the morrow brings.

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