Salvador Nasralla
They are leaving: Is the tide turning for Honduras?

Honduran sociologist Eugenio Sosa, who advised the Libre Party, talks about its election platform, the polarization campaign carried out by the ruling National Party, and why these elections are so important for the country

Padre Melo says Hondurans want their vote to be respected in historic elections

Padre Melo talks about the general elections to be held in the country on November 28 about the role of religious sectors in fighting for the restoration of democracy, what to expect on Election Day, and the impact of the political crisis in Honduras on immigration.

Violence and intimidation leave bloody imprint on Honduran elections

Ahead of Sunday’s elections in Honduras, Olivia Zúniga Cáceres, congresswoman of the Libre Party, talks about the violence, hate and intimidation suffered by candidates and members of the opposition

Elections in Honduras, the battle for November 28

Nasry Asfura of the ruling National Party and LIBRE leader, Xiomara Castro, are the front runners in the presidential elections. Wounds still remain open at 12 years since the coup

Hondurans demand resignation of president following brother’s drug trafficking conviction

The younger brother of Juan Orlando Hernández, Tony Hernández, was declared guilty of trafficking 200,000 kilograms of cocaine and heavy weapons into the US

Hondurans intensify protests demanding JOH’s resignation after report links him to drug trafficking

Massive protests erupted after Univision released a report alleging that president Juan Orlando Hernández’s 2013 election campaign received $1.5 million from drug trafficking proceeds

“The coup d’état was a moment of awakening for the social movements in Honduras”

10 years after the coup d’état in Honduras, we speak with Camilo Bermúdez to look at the transformation of Honduran social movements and the legacy of Berta Cáceres

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