While "iron fist" policies are not a novelty in Honduras, but the decision to militarize public security and the implementation of this kind of measure have aroused the concern of the international community.
The message from the president's partners in the government coalition is clear: governability depends on the stabilization of a coalition that includes the political partners and limits nepotism and unilateral decision-making.
Masks, containers and all types of waste that have been washed down the Motagua River along the Guatemalan territory arrive in coastal and tourist areas of Honduras, especially during the rainy season.
Honduras and Nicaragua recently signed an agreement regarding sovereignty in the Gulf of Fonseca. This is Daniel Ortega's way of tacitly ignoring the ICJ ruling in The Hague and Juan Orlando Hernández's way of paving the way for the end of his term and the likely beginning of his international trial.
Next 28th, general elections will be held in Honduras. But, beyond choosing candidates, this election will determine whether the Central American country can continue to be considered -or not- as a country governed by a democratic regime.