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Honduras: The Public Prosecution Service and its Legacy of Impunity and Injustice

enero 8, 2021

The Public Prosecution Service of Honduras was created on December 13, 1993 by decree 229-93 of the National Congress, in a context of great transformations: only four years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Central America had achieved peace through […]

Ryan Berg, American Enterprise Institute foreign and security policy expert: «U.S. Sanctions on the Nicaraguan Army would force it to work toward a democratic transition»

octubre 30, 2020

On November 3rd, US voters will decide whether to resume President Donald Trump’s term or opt for a change in the White House with Democrat Joe Biden. In terms of policy toward Latin America and in particular toward Central America, a new president would bring […]


mayo 8, 2020

Establishing the Mission to Support the Fight Against Corruption and Impunity in Honduras (Maccih) was crucial to the gradual creation of a comprehensive system to break up the country’s corruption networks—allegedly comprising businesspeople and drug lords, but above all, very […]

Nicaragua’s regime keeps the public schools defenseless against the COVID-19 threat

abril 17, 2020

Masaya, 26 kilometers southeast of Managua, Nicaragua’s capital, March 31: while a large part of the world’s schools have orders to keep their students at home due to the COVID-10 pandemic, in this and all other cities of Nicaragua, groups […]

“Honduras in search of justice”

abril 5, 2020

Topic of this special report: Penal justice system in Honduras The history of Honduras’ Public Ministry (Prosecutor General’s Office), an institution created by law in 1993 and made operational the following year, has been marked by the National Congress’ questionable […]