Hondurans fight for democracy and wages

This video says about itself:

Today we speak with an anonymous Honduran about the situation there, whether democracy has been restored or whether the new government is simply a whitewashed continuation of the military dictatorship. Death threats from the government seem to be commonplace, and may be more common than we think based on the evidence here.

Honduran workers and students marched from two university campuses to central Tegucigalpa on Tuesday to press their demand for a 15 per cent rise in the minimum wage, the return of ousted former president Manuel Zelaya and a constitutional convention: here.

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