by Xinhua writer Luan Xiang
SAN JOSE, July 18 (Xinhua) — Ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya on Saturday said “yes” to Costa Rican President Oscar Arias’ mediation proposal of setting up a national unity government, while the post-coup interim government refused to put Zelaya back into office.
Zelaya said on Saturday on Radio Globo that he is in favor of the establishment of a power-sharing “government of reconciliation,” as proposed by Arias, designated mediator for the Honduras political crisis.
He also said that he would go back to Honduras within days despite the arrest order issued by his opponents.
h/t: Soa Watch