In the context of recent protests over the privatization of public health and education, crowds of men and women continue to take to the streets of Honduras. They are repudiating the government, which they also accuse of being repressive, corrupt, and in league with organized crime.
In response, the government has sent the National Preventive Police and the Military Police to put down the protests.
As of now, two people have been killed and dozens wounded, most of them by firearms.
WE RESPONSIBLE THE HONDURAN STATE FOR ANY ATTEMPT AGAINST THE LIFE, SECURITY OR PHYSICAL AND MORAL INTEGRITY OF THE DEMONSTRATORS