. Hondurans vote to replace controversial leader « JO LEE MAGAZINE

BBC NEWS/In the final hours before polling day in Honduras, a few dozen activists gathered inside the Liberal Party’s headquarters in the capital, Tegucigalpa, for some last-minute training on the main plank of their electoral platform.

On a flatscreen TV, they watched their white-shirted presidential hopeful, Yani Rosenthal – who lies third in the polls – extol the virtues of the universal basic income, a proposed family stipend of 1,500 lempiras ($60; £45) a month for the country’s poorest.

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