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dissent within the military delegation to un-sponsored talks in new york and mounting unrest in port-au-prince are undercutting army chief cedras's negotiating position. according to press reports-cedras's principal spokesman, a rightist extremist, yesterday publicly rejected the uh mediator's proposed solution; another spokesman subsequently agreed to discuss the plan. at least five small explosions were reported on thursday in port-au-princeJ meanwhile, a police aide beat the driver ofn-oas human rights monitor in the capital, according to the press, ff^//
commenti unless cedras reverses his apparent failure to win concessions from aristide or the international community in exchange for those he has made, his control probably hill further erode, and he may step aside. he may defer in any case to political leaders on the naming ofew prime minister; he probably would hopeove would allow him to return to port-au-prince to reassert hisOriginal document.