The crime, poverty and unemployment rates have increased in Honduras under outgoing President Porfirio Lobo of the conservative National Party. But voters have chosen to keep the party in power by electing Juan Orlando-Hernandez. Linda Wertheimer talks to Tracy Wilkinson, the Mexico bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times, about the election.
President-Elect Aims To Deploy Honduran Army To Fight Crime
By editor • Nov 27, 2013
Originally published on November 27, 2013 6:48 am