On Sunday, November 24th, the people of Honduras cast their ballots in what was widely considered to be the country’s first chance at a democratic election since the military coup in 2009 that deposed populist reformer Manuel Zelaya. Three reporters from WORT Community Radio were there to cover the election and its aftermath. In this program you will hear from Honduran activists, candidates, and election observers.

Credits:

Sarah Blaskey, Jesse Chapman & Norman Stockwell of WORT-FM Community Radio, Madison, WI.

 

ON Sprouts | January 2, 2014 | 12:00 pm

Election Aftermath: The Honduran Presidential Elections

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On Sunday, November 24th, the people of Honduras cast their ballots in what was widely considered to be the country’s first chance at a democratic election since the military coup in 2009 that deposed populist reformer Manuel Zelaya. Three reporters from WORT Community Radio were there to cover the election and its aftermath. In this program you will hear from Honduran activists, candidates, and election observers.

Credits:

Sarah Blaskey, Jesse Chapman & Norman Stockwell of WORT-FM Community Radio, Madison, WI.

 

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