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Supporters of the presidential candidate for Honduras' Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship, Salvador Nasralla, burn campaign posters of his rival, President Juan Orlando Hernandez, during a demonstration claiming that Nasralla won the November 26 elections, near the Supreme Electoral Tribunal in Tegucigalpa on December 3, 2017. 
Honduras aims to resume the vote count to define the winner of the November 26 elections between President Juan Orlando Hernandez and the opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla. One young woman was killed and at least 12 civilians have been wounded during violent clashes sparked by Nasralla's call for his supporters to take to the streets.
Supporters of the presidential candidate for Honduras' Opposition Alliance against the Dictatorship, Salvador Nasralla, burn campaign posters of his rival, President Juan Orlando Hernandez, during a demonstration claiming that Nasralla won the November 26 elections, near the Supreme Electoral Tribunal in Tegucigalpa on December 3, 2017. 
Honduras aims to resume the vote count to define the winner of the November 26 elections between President Juan Orlando Hernandez and the opposition candidate Salvador Nasralla. One young woman was killed and at least 12 civilians have been wounded during violent clashes sparked by Nasralla's call for his supporters to take to the streets.

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Guy de Pierrefeu, presidente de la Cámara de Comercio e Industria de Tegucigalpa asegura que todos los actos vandálicos han causado un problema bastante grande para la economía y particularmente para el sector comercial, con la pérdida de 1.500 empleos de manera permanente.

¿Cuáles son las consecuencias de los actos vandálicos en Honduras?

Guy de Pierrefeu, presidente de la Cámara de Comercio e Industria de Tegucigalpa asegura que todos los actos vandálicos han causado un problema bastante grande para la economía y particularmente para el sector comercial, con la pérdida de 1.500 empleos de manera permanente.