President of the Honduran National Congress, Mauricio Oliva, on Thursday swore in members of the new board of Congress for the period of 2016 through 2018. On December 17, 2015, by a majority of 65 votes, the National Congress approved a motion by congressperson David Chavez Madison, to elect the new board of the state […]
The concept sounds like a pipe dream of a free-market enthusiast. The USA economist Paul Romer has dreamed up the idea of producing cities along the lines of Hong Kong and Singapore, which have created poles of dynamic investment that have spilled over into their once impoverished hinterlands. Even before the real problems began, there was already opposition to the plan.
Human rights organizations, church representatives, store owners, businessmen, lawyers, and others joined journalists in San Pedro Sula and Tegucigalpa to demand justice for the targeted group. The most recent murder of radio journalist Luz Marina Paz has sparked outrage among citizens across Honduras, who are seeing cold blooded murder being used as a remedy to […]
The Presidential Commissioner for Disability Affairs, Javier Salgado, announced Monday, the beginning of the Week of Solidarity, an event made possible by the strong support of President Porfirio Lobo Sosa. This was announced at an official news conference at the Presidential Palace, attended by the president of the National Federation of Disability Organizations in Honduras […]
U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Huntington Beach) on Tuesday defended an unusual trip he made to Honduras with now-Costa Mesa Councilman Jim Righeimer. The trip was discussed in U.S. diplomatic cables released by WikiLeaks and published in The New York Times. “I’m a senior member of the Foreign Affairs Committee, and I was there to make […]