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  •  "Salvador (Nasralla) represents a change in Honduras, the Alliance represents a change in Honduras and the people are fighting for a change in Honduras," he said.

    "Salvador (Nasralla) represents a change in Honduras, the Alliance represents a change in Honduras and the people are fighting for a change in Honduras," he said. | Photo: teleSUR

Published 3 December 2017

"They want 1006 polls to be counted, if this can be done, why not the 5,179 polls counted?" Manuel Zelaya questioned

The general coordinator of the Opposition Alliance, Manuel Zelaya, offered a press conference on Sunday to demand from the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) a transparent final vote in Honduras.

Zelaya attended the plenary session of magistrates of the TSE that this Sunday carries out the final vote count. "They want 1006 poll acts to be counted, if this can be done, why not the 5,179 poll acts counted?"

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The representative of the Opposition Alliance indicated that they asked the TSE to "give us the status of these poll acts to check them."

"At that time, from Monday to Wednesday, this happened in the elections, the system fell three times the same day and when it returned, the result abruptly changed in favor of Juan Orlando Hernández," he said.

"Of the 12,900 poll certificates we received on Sunday night, which represents 71 percent of the total certificates, the Alliance had a tendency higher than five points, the system then dropped and then the ruling candidate appears with a point higher. we doubt the results, "denounced Zelaya.

"Salvador (Nasralla) represents a change in Honduras, the Alliance represents a change in Honduras and the people are fighting for a change in Honduras," he said.


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