Primary elections in Honduras, a “failed rehearsal of democracy”

Even two weeks after the elections, the National Electoral Council (CNE) does not have a complete report. There are accusations of fraud in the three electoral levels in the three parties participating in the contest.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The primary elections in Honduras, with a view to the general elections in November, became "a failed rehearsal of democracy" in which, with the accusations of fraud, it was once again evidenced that the political class does not play fair to a people who finance the electoral processes with their taxes.

The primary or internal elections of the National party, in power; Libertad y Refundación (Libre), first opposition force, and Liberal, second, held last March 14, cost some 1,100 million lempiras (some 45.8 million dollars), which represent a high value for an impoverished . . .

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