Manuel Zelaya claimed, yesterday, to have initiated a dialogue with the Roberto Micheletti regime in order to find an end to the political crisis in Honduras.According to Zelaya, this was totally unproductive because of the inflexibility of Micheletti partisans.
The head of the constitution also specified that ousted president also had a brief talk with a member of the interim government on Wednesday night.
“Yesterday night (Wednesday) I received one of the staff members of Micheletti government, someone really close to him at 7pm. He came up with unconceivable propositions saying that Mr Micheletti wants to leave the government and put another president. This is another coup.” said Zelaya to the Cuban television.
It has been announced by the local press that several people from the private sector and from political parties will come to the Brazilian embassy.
Press releases showed that different business sectors were trying to unite to help dialogue between Micheletti and Zelaya . The four presidential candidates are also involved in that initiative.
The ousted leader asked the Honduran people to join the resistance and not attend marches organised by the interim government.
Yesterday, The International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced its decision to keep the Honduras exempted of the financial help it gives to its members.