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27 November 2017
We bring you an election update from the Honduras election where it looks like there is an ‘irreversible’ tendency favoring the left-wing candidate Nasralla. As well, we will be covering the murder in Argentina of a 21-year old Mapuche member by Argentine police and the President of Haiti’s visit to Venezuela.
From daily The Morning Star in Britain:
Nasralla claims win in presidential vote
Tuesday 28th November 2017
Left-wing candidate takes the lead over US ally Hernandez
Tribunal president David Matamoros finally released figures 10 hours after the ballot closed, showing that the left-wing Opposition Alliance Against Dictatorship candidate had taken the lead.
With 57 per cent of ballot boxes counted, Mr Nasralla was ahead with an almost five-point margin at 45.17 per cent over incumbent Juan Orlando Hernandez’s 40.21 per cent.
“I am the new president-elect of Honduras,” Mr Nasralla tweeted after the results were announced.
His rival Mr Hernandez, who had previously claimed victory, reiterated that he had won, urging supporters to wait for fresh vote counts to come in from rural areas, where he claims to enjoy greater support.
But yesterday the gap appeared too great for him to catch up with Mr Nasralla.
A victory for Mr Nasralla would be a blow for Washington, which has longstanding military ties to Honduras and saw Mr Hernandez as an isolated US ally in the region.
The left-wing candidate travelled to the US in September, telling US politicians about the reality of the situation in Honduras and accusing the Hernandez regime of trying to rig the election.
The ousted former president Mr Zelaya was at Mr Nasralla’s side yesterday morning. As co-ordinator of the anti-dictatorship alliance, an opposition victory would spell vindication for him.
Even Mr Hernandez’s insistence on taking his place on the ballot to clinch a second term divided Honduras since his re-election bid was facilitated only by a contentious 2015 Supreme Court decision to ignore the constitution.
In 2009, the pretext for the military coup against Manuel Zelaya was RUMORS about him maybe running for a second term. However, right-wingers want one constitution for their opponents and quite another constitution for themselves.