Honduran Elections Bring Opportunity to Move Forward on Social and Economic Justice

November 22, 2013

This Sunday, Hondurans have a real chance to elect leaders at all levels of government who are part of a broad movement for social justice that arose out of the 2009 coup that removed the country’s democratically elected government. Rather than the old two-party system, Hondurans will choose from thousands of candidates in 10 parties. Labor and its progressive allies are founding members of the LIBRE party and have fielded candidates at all levels. Hopes for moving down this path to democracy are high, but so are concerns about fraud and electoral intimidation and violence.

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