TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras (CNN) -- Representatives of deposed President Manuel Zelaya said Friday that the interim government of coup leader Roberto Micheletti has two days to decide whether to accept their proposal to resolve the leadership crisis.
"President Zelaya has decided to wait until Monday to find out if they accept the proposal, which includes a consult with the Supreme Court," said Ricardo Martinez at the Hotel Capitalino in the capital city of Tegucigalpa.
Zelaya's proposal would give the decision about resolving the crisis to the Congress, he said. If no agreement is reached by Monday, "then the dialogue is broken," he said.
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