Civil unrest in Honduras, many seriously injured.
Honduras is suffering from a collapsed government and the media black out that has come with it.
Hondurans have reportedly contacted some online media sources stating that the government is using violence against them in order to control the recent elections.
Back in 2009, a coup back by the U.S seized control of the government, and since then the country has been in a state of chaos.
But the recent elections have brought out the worst in those in power, some Hondurans who have managed to get connected to un-approved internet sites are claiming that violent acts have been committed against them for ‘disobeying’ the system.
The people’s favorite Salvador Nasralla was defeated in the recent vote, leading to widespread violence on the streets.
Congresswoman Jan Schakowsky released a statement saying:
“Confusion and chaos reign in Honduras following Sunday’s presidential election. I am deeply troubled by the delays and lack of transparency that we have seen from the Honduran Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE).
I have serious concerns that they are engaging in election tampering and falsifying the results of the election. I am joining the European Union’s electoral observer mission and the United Nations High Commission for Human Rights in Tegucigalpa in calling for the TSE to be fully transparent and immediately offer clear, detailed updates on the results of the election.
I hope that our State Department can for once put aside their blind support for President Juan Orlando Hernandez and evaluate this election fairly and objectively. We owe it to the Honduran people to put our support behind free and fair elections – not our candidate of choice. The eyes of the world are on Honduras. Democracy must prevail.”
Government minister Jorge Ramon Hernandez released a statement saying that a nationwide curfew was being imposed on the country, in an effort to control the people of Honduas, they would be confined to their homes between 6pm to 6am for 10 days.
Violence on the streets was reported, as is shown in the videos below. (Warning: graphic content)
#ToqueDeQueda| Esto se está viviendo ahorita en la López Donde policía y militares matan a la población sin excusa alguna. #Viralizar #Compartir #FueraJOH ¿Hasta cuándo nosotrxs pondremos los muertos?
Posted by UNAH Estudiantes on Saturday, December 2, 2017
Via The Anti Media