Protesters return to streets in Honduras

Protesters return to streets in Honduras

Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernandez’s decision to repeal decrees that have sparked violent demonstrations against his government failed to stop protesters from returning to the streets on Monday. The government has sought dialogue with unions and trade groups, but the groups have demanded conditions such as that the topics of health and education be tackled together.

Timothy
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Rocky LeBlanc
Rocky LeBlanc 7 months

What a bunch of morons. The privatization of health and education would be a boon to the quality these people receive. What fools. Especially in the healthcare industry. It is clearly choking the entire economy of the country by massively inflating the national budget and delivering subpar quality care all while driving the best doctors from the country. This is the same thing we see in Canada where they have some of the best Universities for training doctors that then promptly leave to work in private sector in countries like the US where they can be paid a fair wage for their skills. Such ignorance. No wonder Honduran immigrants are flooding into California and lowering the collective IQ there as well. (Edited to clarify subject in final line)

JanitorJez Mean Badger
JanitorJez Mean Badger 7 months

I thought it was against the rules of @Newsvoice summary entries to be copy/pasted out of an article. Is it allowed here because Reuters is "centre" ?

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