TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras. – The Honduran Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced the postponement of the review of irregular voting records and a winner of the presidential election remains undefined between President Juan Orlando Hernandez and Salvador Nasralla, according media.
The President of the electoral body, David Matamoros, who had announced they would advance in the revision of the minutes, said the procedure would be postponed until next Sunday to seek an agreement between the agency and opponents Nasralla and former President Manuel Zelaya.
Matamoros added the two members of the left-wing Alliance of Opposition of Honduras demanded the verification of minutes and an audit of the whole system, which would delay the process more.
As these events unfold, violent protests have erupted in several points in Honduras over a supposed electoral fraud that leaves several dead, wounded and detainees.