Talks seen as last chance to end Honduras' crisis
Zeyala will have to compromise,
Congress and the courts and the
military are against him. He can
not win. There will be no civil
war because Zeyala has no military
forces. A third party interim person
for president is the best option.
Allies of Honduras' ousted President Manuel Zelaya say U.S.-backed talks in Costa Rica Saturday may be the last chance to avert a clash, perhaps even civil war.
Zelaya is threatening to return to his homeland with or without an agreement on ending the standoff and has said Hondurans have a constitutional right to launch an insurrection against an illegitimate government.