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.