The doctors and teachers of Honduras continue to protest against the privatization of health and education sectors.Full Story
Taxis are protesting the Land Transport Law reform which will increase the cost of fuel and permit renewals.Full Story
Some 300 more U.S. soldiers will supplement their Latin American and Caribbean allies to improve disaster response and “other crisis situations.”
Doctors and teachers say they'll go back to work, but want open dialogue with the government. Some protests continue for the removal of President Hernandez.
Protesters returned to the streets in Honduras even though President Juan Orlando Hernandez repealed two neo-liberal decrees privatizing education and health care.
The Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez repealed two decrees on education and health which have seen thousands going on an indefinite strike.
A teacher has been arrested for allegedly setting US embassy on fire Friday in Honduras following police repression of educators and doctors protesting privatizations.
The crowds were forced to disperse, but then came back together in other areas.
In order for teachers to achieve their goals, including the restructuring of the education secretary and filling more seats, they do not need new laws or emergency decrees.
The event to honor journalists to be held on the legislative chamber floor was moved for what the leader of Congress defined as threats.
Schools and health institutions have suspended all activities to protest the privatization of public healthcare and educational systems.