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Honduras government-elect meets with social groups

Honduras government-elect meets with social groups

Tegucigalpa, Dec 28 (Prensa Latina) The Transition Commission, appointed by Honduran President-elect Xiomara Castro, of the Libertad y Refundacion (Libre) Party, continues today with the approaches to the different social movements of the country.
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The sectorial meetings began this Monday, one week after the official nomination of the president, between the representatives of the political organization and the workers’ groups: the United Confederation of Honduran Workers, the General Workers’ Union and the Confederation of Honduran Workers.

After these meetings, the groups will present their requests to the new executive and, subsequently, the technical team will analyze and determine their viability and the possibility of fulfilling them in the first 100 days of Castro’s administration. From the end of December and beginning of January, Libre will maintain exchanges with the farmers’ alliances, education unions, health workers, artists and professionals of the economic sector and will gather their social demands presented through initiatives and bills.

The former president Manuel Zelaya, one of the guests invited to the meeting with the workers Union, affirmed that many of their requests are part of the plan of the executive, installed in the Central American nation since January 27th, date of the inauguration ceremony.

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