The preparations for the elections of November 29 advance against all odds in Honduras, despite that the political crisis entered a new phase after the unsuccessful conclusion of a new attempt at dialogue.
On Friday, The Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), which has embarked on a strong offensive in the U.S. for global recognition of the elections, ordered the printing of 15 million ballot papers for voting.
To be elected are a president and three presidential designees (vice-presidents), 128 congresspeople and 20 members to the Central American Parliament and 298 municipal mayors (all with their deputies).
"We must continue the electoral process, the printing of ballots has a period within the election timetable. If a candidate chooses not to participate at the last minute, that is an aspect to be addressed at that time," expressed the secretary general of the TSE, Alejandro Martinez.
Translated from laprensa.com.ni