Thus, since she wore the presidential sash of Honduras on January 27, Castro has focused on fulfilling her campaign promises, for which she achieved a historic voter turnout of over 68 percent.
“I consider that these first 100 days of Xiomara marked a path that speeds up the structural changes of the refoundation proposed in her government plan,” analyst Alejandro Bonilla commented.
In statements to Prensa Latlina, Bonilla who is also member of the Partido Libertad y Refundación (Libre) said that, although it is true that several issues still have to be addressed, transformations are shown in some areas, as in the case of the fight against banks, by eliminating the excessive charges made to the population during the National Party dictatorship.
In his opinion, one of the government initiatives with the greatest social impact is the Energy Law recently approved by National Congress, which seeks to organize the energy system, one of the most expensive in Latin America.
In this sense, he mentioned that the Honduran leader decreed the elimination of the energy bill for more than one million families living in poverty and consuming less than 150 kilowatts/hour per month.
(Taken from Orbe)