Honduran tourist city of Tela joins movement to repeal Development Zones

The population of Tela challenges the attempt to establish this type of project in their territory, as occurred in 2013 with the "unconstitutional" inauguration of the Indura Beach & Resort Golf.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The tourist city of Tela, located on the Honduran Caribbean coast, on Thursday (29) joined the movement to repeal the implementation of Employment and Economic Development Zones (ZEDEs) which the government has been promoting since 2013, arguing that it aims to "curtail national sovereignty".

"We oppose and reject that actions under the Law of Employment and Economic Development Zones should be implemented in the department of Atlántida, particularly in Tela, inasmuch as it represents a reduction of the national territory, surrender of sovereignty and violates the Constitution, Law of Municipalities, among others," the city's . . .

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