OEA Summit Opens in Honduras

The OEA Summit which is being held in San Pedro Sula, Honduras began with a speech by its current president José Miguel Insulza. A seven point agenda is being suggested that excludes talks regarding the return of CUBA into the organization.

The points to be discussed include economic crisis, energy, immigration, security and democratic governship in the member states.

The main attraction of this summit has been the presence of Secretary of State (USA) Hillary Clinton. She will meet with president of Honduras Manuel Zelaya and the future candidates from the largest political parties in Honduras.

President of Honduras Mel Zelaya used the opportunity to confirm he is not backing out of holding the survey programmed for June 28 even after it has been declared illegal by the honduran court system as its sole purpose is to dissolve the current Constitution.

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