By Carlos Graffigna, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO - Gathering one of the largest voting crowds in the history of the country, Honduras put an end to an election process which caught world attention. From the moment ex-president Manuel Zelaya crossed his country’s border from neighboring El Salvador, walking into the Brazilian Embassy, Brazil was caught in the middle of Honduras’s internal conflict straining relationship between the two countries.
The declared winner of the election is Porfirio Lobo Sosa from Partido Nacional, and except one incident of injured reported by the media, the process seemed to have developed . . .