Maduro Disagrees with Constitutional Change

The former president of Honduras, Ricardo Maduro, told newspapers in Tegucigalpa that in a recent meeting with the current Honduran President, Porfirio Lobo, and the President of the Honduran National Congress, Juan Orlando Hernández, he voiced his concern about any constitutional change because, in his opinion, the country doesn’t need it.

What is required, according to the former president, is to “enforce the laws and not change them” because the current Constitution already guarantees security, health, education and other services.

In his remarks to journalists, former President Maduro said, without specifying details, that Lobo has done some important work in his administration, which ends on January 27, 2014, but has not succeeded with the aim of reducing violence in the country.

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