TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras – Honduras' opposing factions have resumed talks aimed at ending the crisis prompted by the June ouster of President Manuel Zelaya.
The talks initiated last week produced some signs of progress before breaking off for the weekend.
Zelaya negotiator Rassel Tome says she hopes Tuesday's negotiations will advance on the central point — Zelaya's return to power.
The international community has been pressuring the interim government to reinstate Zelaya before the Nov. 29 presidential election that was scheduled before the coup. Micheletti's government has rejected the plan so far.
Micheletti representative Armando Aguilar says talks could continue for weeks.