TEGUCIGALPA, HONDURAS.- The leaders of the opposition to the government traveled to the United States on Tuesday to meet with congressmen and senators.
The meeting was held in the US capital, Washington D.C., where different leaders who make up the Opposition and Civil Society Coalition participated.
Among them are former presidential candidate Salvador Nasralla, the president of the Central Executive Council of the Liberal Party (CCEPL), Luis Zelaya, Maribel Espinoza and Antonio García, among other leaders.RELATED
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She was also the president of the Medical College of Honduras (CMH), Suyapa Figueroa, representing the Citizen Platform, made up of doctors, teachers and others against the actions of the current government.
They presented the problem that the country is going through in different areas.
For the rest of the week they will hold different meetings with officials of the American country. Figueroa told EL HERALDO that they will support the protests that are carried out to demand the departure of President Juan Orlando Hernández
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