On November 26, 2017 elections for president, members of Congress and municipal authorities were held in Honduras. At 2 am on November 27 the Electoral Tribunal reported that with 57% of the votes counted the tendency favored candidate Salvador Nasralla with 45,17% of the total votes and the President – candidate
Juan Orlando Hernández with 40,21%. This was the first time that a candidate ran for re-election as president through an assault on the Constitution via the Supreme Court of Justice controlled by Hernández.
After releasing those figures, the Tribunal went silent and the electronic counting system crashed several times, creating a security breach for those holding the access codes. This situation raised well-founded suspicions of fraud among the population and collective indignation ./.continues Continue reading “Honduras: your help needed. Military and Death Squads Attack as US backed Dictator steals Election”