Sunday, November 18, 2012

Voting Begins in Tegucigalpa

The Honduran Solidarity Network delegation has been visiting various voting stations in some of the largest neighborhoods in Tegucigalpa as human rights observers during the Internal Elections which will determine the candidates for the November 2013 General Elections.

Voting centers were scheduled to open at 7:00am, however some of the schools where these are located opened their doors late supposedly due to logistic issues. No major incidents have been reported. The delegates will continue to monitor the process throughout the day.

The LIBRE party voters at John F. Kennedy school this morning have reported that the process takes about five minutes.

After finding their names on a list the voters enter the classroom to cast their ballot.

National and international media has been covering the elections in some neighborhoods including the John F. Kennedy sector in Tegucigalpa.

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