- conflicting members of the Honduran legislature
- Controversy over the election of interim President
- The traitors shouted, went to the podium and attacked
Jivomara Castro will take over as the country’s first female president on May 27. However, a dispute arose among members of his Liberty and Reconstruction Party. The Honduran Congress met for the first time since the election in November last year. On this occasion, 20 members of the Libre Party nominated George Colicks as Acting President of Congress. This was strongly opposed by the rest of the members.
As Calix was preparing to take the oath, some members of the House climbed onto the podium, shouting that she was a traitor, and attacked her. This caused a stir in the meeting. With this development Calex was gone. The United States Embassy in Honduras responded. It called for a peaceful discussion in the House without any skirmishes. It was suggested that the meeting should be held in relation to each other so that there would be no clash.
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