Moreno reaffirmed that the marchers’ objective is to express "solidarity" for the Honduran immigrants who left the country in the U.S.-bound caravan.
On Friday, the “Great March for Dignity" - heavily complemented by police and military force - arrived in Tegucigalpa, Honduras, according to La Tribuna.
The group of marchers is led by several social justice advocates, including priest Ismael Moreno, to show support for the Honduran migrant caravan currently headed to the United States through Mexico.
Moreno reaffirmed, to journalists, that the group’s objective is to express "solidarity" for the Honduran immigrants who left the country in the caravan that has garnered controversial comments from various U.S. Government officials, including President Donald Trump.
The movement was mobilized last Tuesday and initiated from La Barca, Cortes.
"We will get to where the decision center is, which is what causes the exclusion of millions of Hondurans who do not find a decent place in Honduras and have to leave," the priest stated.
The marchers among the ‘dignity walk’ - who gathered, in the capital, near the presidential residence - are also reportedly protesting government impunity.