The assumption of power by Xiomara Last Database Castro and the Libertad y Refundación Party (LIBRE) is full of symbols. In the midst of the crisis in the Legislative Power, the National Police was forced to remove the fences that prohibited access to the Last Database Parliament facilities; girls and boys sat in the parliamentary seats and took their microphones; vendors from the informal market entered the building to sell water and Last Database nuts to the people who gathered in an act of recovery of this public space.
Towns everywhere have removed the old national flag that alluded to the color of the Last Database Honduran National Party flag and put in its place the old turquoise blue flag, recovered by the new government, in the squares of the whole country. In the streets, the girls see in Xiomara the first president of many more that Honduras will Last Database have. The debacle of the regime of Juan Orlando Hernández Alvarado and the National Party is played out in a symbolic war typical of a true revolutionary situation, without precedent in Honduran history. However, as in any Latin American Last Database progressive cycle.
The government of "democratic socialism" (as Castro defined it in his speech on January 27) will have to deal with the enormous contradiction between the Last Database promise to carry out a "refoundational" project and the pressure of the local and transnational elite to preserve their hegemony and their economic-political interests in Last Database the country. This is a contradiction that the Castro-led government is very clear about. That's how she expressed itfrom the beginning of his speech at the National Stadium, when referring to the state of the public administration and its Last Database resources, where the challenges are quite clear: "The economic catastrophe that I am experiencing is unparalleled in the history of the country and its impact on life of people is reflected by the 700% increase in debt.