More than $800 Million Lost To Corruption in Honduras During Mel Zelayas Government

According to independent newspaper El Heraldo published in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. More than US$800 million have been lost to corruption during Manuel Zelaya Rosales 3 years in office. There is at least one corruption scandal per week. Some of the most outstanding cases are: 1. Gray Phone traffic 2. Illegal Cubans 3. Dirty Energy You can […]
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Drug Shipment Confiscated in Utila

1,800 kilos of cocaine were confiscated yesterday at Utila’s airstrip. The drug was brought on board a Venezuelan registered (YV2028) twin engine Cessna. This event occured under the cover of darkness. In an unexplained series of events, the people participating in the drug drop managed to escape. They left behind the plane, two speed boats and […]
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New Supreme Court Finally Elected Amidst Tension

Las night, the Honduran Congress finally elected the new 15 justices that will conform the Supreme Court. Current law states that a Nominating Committee will evaluate all candidates in public forums. This process is to guarantee the nominees meet moral and knowledge standards. Any nominees that have performed questionable acts in their past (corruption in any form, […]
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Under Threats of Coup, Congress To Elect New Supreme Court Justices

The Honduran congress is scheduled to elect new Supreme Court justices today. Under pressure from civil organizations not to re elect any of the current justices congress will decide who will be the new justices. The new justices have to be chosen from a list prepared by a nominating board as stated by law. Late […]
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Ex Honduras Chancellor Pleads Guilty

Milton Jimenez Puerto, the Honduran ex-chancellor under president Manuel Zelaya Rosales, made a deal with the DA office in Miami. Milton Jimenez was arrested in Miami in June after resisting arrest. Miami police stopped the car in which Mr. Jimenez was travelling due to speeding. The driver and Mr. Jimenez were under the influence of alcohol. […]
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TPS Special Extension Ends March 31

The special extension granted by the INS for those Hondurans living in the United States under the TPS plan, that could not meet the December deadline due to sickness, hospitalization or other emergency reasons, can register up until March 31st. A special form has to be filled, a certified reason why the deadline was not […]
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Cell Phone Operators to Invest $300 million in 2009

The three private cell phone operators in Honduras (Tigo, Claro and Digicel) will invest more than $300 million in 2009 as they expand their coverage and invest in new technology. Competition in 2009 will be fierce with the entry of Digicel which will force aggressive pricing, new and attractive promotions as well as new services. […]
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