Honduras Awaits Presidential Vote Count As Army Enforces Curfew

Published on 2 Dec 2017, 15:52
On Saturday, Honduras enforced a curfew, while it remained stuck in chaos, over a contested presidential election that has triggered looting, protests, and the death of at least one person. The government made the decision on Friday evening to enact the nationwide curfew for 10 days, and expand power for the army and police. The move has been criticized by opposition leaders as a move to restrain protests over a presidential vote count that stalled for a fifth day without leaving a clear winner.

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