The sling crack that Honduras leaves

The president of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández, took a second consecutive mandate yesterday amid protests from the opposition, which insists that there was fraud in the controversial elections in November. While his supporters cheered him at the National Stadium, his opponents concentrated in the capital city of Miraflores. An hour…

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Operation Social Cleaning: Squadrons in the shade

Tegucigalpa: This city whose center has traces of colonial architecture is filled with young people every night trading sex, while others smell sticks lying on gray cobblestones; meanwhile crime grows silent in the shadows of high level concealment. The extermination squads operate in a kind of mist that makes them…

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Honduras: presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla calls the insurrection

In Honduras, presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla and other opposition leaders have called for an uprising against incumbent president Juan Orlando Hernandez, claiming that the November 26 presidential election was a fraud. Last month, an electoral tribunal controlled by the Hernandez administration declared Hernandez’s victory by a narrow margin, after the…

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The silent cry of Honduras

The problem of Honduras is not only the very serious events of these weeks and of this decade. The real dramatic problem of Honduras is the terrible communication void in which it has fallen in front of the rest of the planet. The country with more violent deaths per 100…

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The riot unit in Honduras declares a ‘sit-down’ strike

“At the moment we are at a standstill (…) to express our disagreement about what is happening on a national level. We are people and we can not be killing ourselves, we have a family, “said the spokesman of the police unit Cobra in a press conference. At the same…

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Is electoral fraud being cooked in Honduras?

The sudden reversal in the scrutiny in favor of the ruling party candidate fears that the suspected electoral fraud will become a reality. Social organizations and international observers doubt the independence of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal and Salvador Nasralla calls to defend the victory in the streets in the streets.

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