During the second round of talks that ended late in the evening, Bakiev reportedly agreed to send parliament a new draft constitution that would give more powers to the legislature.
But his opponents say he rejected most of their other demands. Those include calling early elections next year and turning state television into a public broadcaster.
The opposition has vowed to proceed with a planned protest rally in Bishkek on November 2.
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