Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Honduras portrait.

"I am part of a minority. Look, in this country for 90% of college students belong to 20% of the population, which is the one income. In the cities, two of every three families are poor. In rural areas is even worse. Four out of five families have nothing. And the worst part is that these terrible data, we must add another no less alarming: Honduras is the Central American country with a higher rate of tax exemptions. There are big businesses that pay nothing for their franchises. And that is going to end. In Honduras is going to end the party. " Pepe Porfirio Pepe Lobo, farmer and politician, leader of the National Party and the candidate best positioned to become, after the elections on 29 November to the next president of Honduras.
"El Pais", Madrid, Spainhttp://www.elpais.com/articulo/internacional/masacraran/tomaria/partido/Zelaya/Micheletti/elpepuint/20091007elpepiint_5/Tes

another link:http://www.elpais.com/articulo/cultura/venas/America/Latina/todavia/siguen/abiertas/elpepucul/20091006elpepicul_3/Tes

No comments:

Post a Comment