Mon, 18 December 2017
First the President packed the Supreme Court. Then they lifted term-limits and Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez decided to run for re-election. Midway through the vote count, the Electoral Commission announced opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla was going to win handily. That’s when the funny business began…and a crisis ensued. Christopher Sherman has been covering the Honduras story for the Associated Press. He tells us about it, in depth on HERE & THERE -- coming up next.