The vice president of Honduras denounced that Xiomara Castro wants to turn her country into a new Venezuela
Salvador Nasralla assured that the husband of the president and former president of the nation, Manuel Zeleya, seeks to control all the powers of the State, to replicate the model dictatorial ruling in Havana, Managua and Caracas
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Salvador Nasralla, first vice president of Honduras
Honduran Vice President Salvador Nasralla warned that the current president of the Central American country, Xiomara Castro, could turn the nation into “a new Venezuela” and denounced that the president has not fulfilled the commitments acquired with her party after assuming power.
“The problem is that if Zelaya (husband of the president and former president of Honduras), manages to control the Supreme Court of Justice, will clearly have control of the three branches of government, just as Ortega has, that the it has Maduro and that would make us a new Venezuela,” Nasralla said in an interview for CNN.
presidential presidential Castro-Zelaya, since according to his criteria “they can't understand it”, because he never lived it.
Xiomara Castro and her husband, former president Manuel Zelaya
“I was lucky enough to experience it in Chile, at the time of the socialist government of Salvador Allende and I visited Venezuela in prosperous times and then in times of misery that they are living with 7 million Venezuelans hanging around America to survive”, said Nasralla during the “Conclusions” program.
Xiomara Castro celebrates his first year in office this Friday amidst criticism from the opposition and other sectors who consider that he has not fulfilled the promises he made in the campaign and upon assuming power.
The day before, Castro spoke from Argentina, where he traveled to attend the VII Celac Summit, who in his first year in power has overcome a series of obstacles that have put his firm determination to transform his country to the test.
Cristina Kirchner with Xiomara Castro, president of Honduras
Manuel ZelayaHe is, in addition to being a husband, the president's adviser, but some sectors, mainly from the opposition, question him because of the protagonism of the former president, and they affirm that he is the one who exercises power.< /p>
The former president is also the general coordinator of the Freedom and Refoundation Party (Libre), which emerged in 2011 from the National Front of Popular Resistance (FNRP), which was organized after the coup against Zelaya.
NO AGREEMENT TO ELECT NEW SUPREME JUSTICES
Politicalally, the Central American country is also being affected by the lack of consensus in the Parliament to elect the fifteen new magistrates of the Supreme Court of Justice (CSJ) for the period 2023-2030.
The main opposition forces do not want to give in to the aspirations of the Free party to exercise control also in the CSJ, which in the last thirteen years has been controlled by the National Party with eight magistrates, and the Liberal Party with seven.
On Wednesday, when the new magistrates should have been elected, there was no consensus, but that does not alter the order because the deputies have until February 11 to reach agreements, in a country where the Legislative and Judicial powers do not enjoy credibility, not now.
(With information from EFE)
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