Welcome back to another week of Central American news.
This is the same president that the U.S. administration vouched for in 2017
amidst international and national accusations of the elections being irregular, or in other words, fraudulent. The U.S. was one of the first countries to recognize Juan Orlando Hernandez.
Further reading on Honduras:
- An op-ed on Honduras being a narco-state: “Un pato llamado Honduras” (El Pais)
- Honduran politics and its impact on society at large: “Pay or Die” (New York Times)
- If you want to go into detail on the government’s links to narco and this year’s protests: “Caso de narcopolítica e ilegitimidad de Juan Orlando Hernández desestabilizan país” (Contracorriente)
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The Central American News team