A Letter to the Los Angeles Times: “Please, Stop trying to ‘Fix’ Honduras”

Jesse Freeston explains that, contrary to what was published in a Los Angeles Times Op-Ed, what Honduras needs right now is an entirely new constitution in order to address the increasing poverty rates.

For the authors, the problem to be solved is one of political instability, a power struggle amongst politicians that to be avoided by way of slight tweaks to the constitution. The real crisis in Honduras is the 300,000 rural families without access to land, not counting the thousands that have fled the country entirely.

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