Honduran electoral website shows president 1.59 percent points ahead
Hernandez had 42.98 percent of the vote, while TV star Salvador Nasralla had 41.39 percent, with 99.96 percent of votes tallied, according to the tribunal’s website.
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After the count suddenly halted for more than a day, the sporadic vote count started leaning in favor of the incumbent.
Hillary’s old friend Mel Zelaya is again destabilizing Honduras. https://t.co/42X7NhvpUN
— MaryAnastasiaO'Grady (@MaryAnastasiaOG) December 4, 2017
like a bad centavo, pro-Chávez Honduran former President Manuel Zelaya turned up in the midst of one angry mob.
Zelaya no longer has his tin-foil lined room at the Brazilian embassy now that Dilma’s not in office.