Labor union leaders at a press conference denounced the development of Ciudad Morazán, an Employment and Economic Development Zone (ZEDE) in the northern Honduran city of Choloma, Cortés.
Author: Laura Garcia
Cryptocurrencies are gaining traction in a number of countries including El Salvador, which recently authorized its use as legal tender. Economist Julio Raudales says that short-term adoption in Honduras is unlikely because the country “does not have the [necessary] financial or political conditions.”
The judicial systems of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador (the Northern Triangle) are in crisis due to the politicization of their institutions. The citizens of the Northern Triangle expect that their rights and freedoms will be guaranteed through judicial independence and integrity.