the hague - The Dutch in Honduras do well to be accessible if crises arise in the country. This advice is provided by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in response to the major unrest that has broken out due to the course of the presidential election.
In the Central American country, a curfew will be in effect until Monday, Monday through 6:00 pm to 6:00 am. The Dutch in Honduras are advised to leave their details with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The National Electoral Council announced on Monday that incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernández had received 42.98 percent of the vote. His rival Salvador Nasralla came to 41.39 percent. Nasralla and his supporters do not accept that result. They suspect that has been cheated and demand a partial recount of the votes.
In the case of demonstrations against the course of the ballot box, about ten people were killed according to local media.