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Entries by Marco Cáceres from 06/2013

Mauricio Villeda Holds Lead in Honduras Weekly Presidential Polling

| Posted 06.04.2013 | World

The fact that Mrs. Zelaya consistently polls high, while Mr. Villeda consistently polls low suggests that Mr. Villeda may have a lot of work to do to get his message across and improve his image. That's one basic conclusion.

The Weaning of Honduras

| Posted 06.11.2013 | World

Establishing working relationships with people and programs in Honduras is the only way to emulate their models for ways to solve the country's problems. This is hard because it requires discipline and a consistent commitment of time and other resources.

Three Dynamics for Change in Honduras

| Posted 06.12.2013 | World

There are three major dynamics underway to change Honduras. The first one is political. The second is business-oriented, and the third focuses on empowering people by promoting -- on a wide and coordinated scale -- grassroots projects targeting education, health care and basic needs

Politics of the Holier Than Thou in Honduras

| Posted 06.17.2013 | World

I accidentally came across a graphic (in Spanish) being passed around on Honduras-related Facebook sites. At the top, there's a heading that asks the ...

Beware of Celebrity Outsiders With Brooms

| Posted 06.17.2013 | World

Here's the problem I have with Honduras' Salvador Nasralla: He's a celebrity on a mission to clean up government. It is the same problem I have with f...

The Power of Mr. Nasralla's Fame in Honduras

| Posted 06.24.2013 | World

On June 18, Salvador Nasralla in Honduras went from 12.41 percent in Honduras Weekly's presidential poll. We had no answer for this... until we read on one of Mr. Nasralla's Facebook pages remarks from sports fans regarding Tuesday night's soccer match between the Honduran national team and the U.S. team.

Voter Uncertainty Favors Traditional Political Parties in Honduras

| Posted 06.26.2013 | World

Costa Rica's Tico Times newspaper published an article on June 19 by Adam Williams citing a May 2-8 CID-Gallup poll on the presidential race in Hondur...