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Golpista government refuses to re-institute Zelaya , negotiations fail
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Announcement was made by Zelaya's Foreign Minister Patricia Rodas a few minutes ago in Cochabamba, Bolivia, where leaders of ALBA are meeting.

Rodas said that due to the "intransigence" of the golpistas, the negotiations had broken down and were a "complete failure." Rodas said the Zelaya side had expected this but that Zelaya had given the talks "one last chance for peace."

The golpistas wanted the Supreme Court to decide the issue, which was not acceptable to Zelaya (the court is a golpista puppet).

What will happen now no one knows. Chat rooms are rife with calls for armed resistance but that is not an option because the pueblo has no arms.

There was also an unconfirmed report that there was troop movement from La Ceiba towards the capital. There was another report of troop concentrations in a couple of sectors of the capital and that fences were being erected at some banks. Also that the golpistas would again declare curfews.

These are just part of the rumors that are sweeping the country tonight.

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  -Golpista government refuses to re-institute Zelaya , negotiations fail rabs  Oct-16-09 07:06 PM   #0 
  - I'm so sorry to hear this! And I fear that only a UN peacekeeping mission can remedy this situation  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 07:41 PM   #1 
  - Blue Helmets are sent in only where civil war has broken out  rabs   Oct-16-09 08:06 PM   #2 
  - I see what the Pentagon/Bushwhack plan is--to CREATE a civil war, as in Colombia,  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 08:42 PM   #5 
  - you want the international community to stop an election????  Bacchus39   Oct-16-09 08:15 PM   #3 
  - what's wrong with the Supreme Court deciding??  Bacchus39   Oct-16-09 08:32 PM   #4 
  - "Fashion is an industry but it is also part of the culture of the people."  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 08:52 PM   #8 
     - who cares what the former Venezuelan Information Office propaganda minister in the US says?  Bacchus39   Oct-16-09 08:54 PM   #9 
        - Oh, Bacchus39, you're no fun at all!  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 09:06 PM   #10 
           - not too bad PP.....but you are wrong unfortunately.  Bacchus39   Oct-16-09 09:28 PM   #12 
           - Here's an even better fashion photo  rabs   Oct-17-09 12:30 AM   #16 
  - I didn't think those motherf#ckers were going to go away.  EFerrari   Oct-16-09 08:44 PM   #6 
  - Zelaya wants the Congress to decide, Mitcheletti the Supreme Court  Bacchus39   Oct-16-09 08:46 PM   #7 
  - Bad, rotten news. Everyone knows them to be maggots. Hope for a miracle  Judi Lynn   Oct-16-09 09:26 PM   #11 
  - "Aide: Ousted Honduran leader giving talks 2 days"--AP  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 09:30 PM   #13 
     - I posted the above in LBN. It wasn't posted yet.  Peace Patriot   Oct-16-09 09:37 PM   #14 
        - Situation was and remains murky tonight  rabs   Oct-16-09 11:02 PM   #15 
           - Zelaya can only gain by looking reasonable and patient  EFerrari   Oct-17-09 12:49 AM   #17 
           - The latest news articles indicate the Junta is still in the talks.  Peace Patriot   Oct-17-09 07:28 AM   #18 
           - I read last night that Zelaya gets only 45 seconds on phone calls before the Junta cuts his  Peace Patriot   Oct-17-09 06:35 PM   #19 
              - Low class scum, these golpistas. Putrid. Filthy behavior, no act too low for them.  Judi Lynn   Oct-18-09 08:09 AM   #20 

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