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OAS to send new mediation mission to Honduras
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15:06, August 04, 2009

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The Organization of American States (OAS) is planning to send another mediation mission to Honduras after its first mission ended without breaking the political deadlock in the country.

The new OAS mission will seek the interim government to accept the so called "Agreement of San Jose," Costa Rican President Oscar Arias, the chief mediator in the Honduran crisis, said on Monday.

The measure was agreed at a meeting among Arias, Spain's first vice president Maria Teresa Fernandez de la Vega, OAS Secretary General Jose Miguel Insulza and Ibero American Secretary General Enrique Iglesias.

Insulza said that the OAS will decide on Wednesday the formation of the delegation, adding that he didn't exclude the possibility that he would lead the mission to Honduras.

The Agreement of San Jose, proposed by Arias at the mediation talks last month in the Costa Rican capital, includes the exit of the interim government, ousted president Manuel Zelaya's reinstatement, and the scrap of a referendum pushed by Zelaya for a rewriting of the Honduran constitution.

"Zelaya agreed with the proposal, but the side from (post-coup leader) Roberto Micheletti did not," Arias said.

Insulza led the first OAS mission to Honduras on July 3 after a military coup in the country on June 28 ousted Zelaya and sent him away to Costa Rica. The OAS has suspended Honduras' membership.

Source: Xinhua



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