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Honduran Government creates new executive power structure

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Honduran Government creates new executive power structure

Tegucigalpa, Apr 8 (Prensa Latina) Fulfilling the Government's plan to refound Honduras is the objective of President Xiomara Castro, who created a new structure of the executive branch.
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“In order to build the socialist and democratic State, it is imperative to restructure the public administration weakened and degraded rapidly during a decade after the destruction of the democratic order caused by the June 28, 2009, coup d’état,” according to Presidential Decree PCM 05-2022.

According to this decree, published on Thursday, the administration of the leader of the Libertad y Refundacion (Libre) Party, created the Secretariats of State for Women, Strategic Planning and Infrastructure and Transportation.

It also instituted, among others, the Secretariat of the Offices of Transparency and Fight against Corruption in order to prevent and combat this scourge in the exercise of public and private functions.

The document makes it clear the need to create this new structure, since more than 70 percent of Hondurans live in poverty, without food, or the possibility of paying for water, electricity, transportation and medicines.

In addition, due to the previous government’s actions, hundreds of companies and thousands of family businesses went bankrupt and millions of Hondurans find themselves without any options.

This way, the current government eliminated 17 state secretariats created in the last 12 years by the National Party administration.

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