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Honduran elections could turn out to be a box of surprises

Saturday, November 23rd 2013 - 07:11 UTC
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Four years after her husband was ousted in a coup, Honduran populist presidential candidate Xiomara Castro is threatening to break the century-old dominance of right-wing parties in Sunday's elections. Read full article


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  • GeoffWard2

    i. We see the unions, farmers, teachers and liberals trying to get the Zelaya family back into power.

    ii. “In Honduras, a politician enters Congress without a cent and leaves like a tycoon.”

    Are the two linked?

    Was the second the reason why Zelaya was ousted by Congress?

    How do the 'unions, farmers, teachers and liberals' get their share of the loot?

    Would Sra. Castro-Zelaya stop (ii) if she gained the highest office?

    Nov 24th, 2013 - 11:18 am - Link - Report abuse 0

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