Honduras president accused of election fraud

The election has been criticised by international observers as being slow and lacking transparency. It has also prompted allegations of fraud from the opposition candidate, who holds a narrow lead over the incumbent.

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    Honduras election officials have promised to announce the results from Sunday's presidential vote no later than Thursday.

    The election has been criticised by international observers as being slow and lacking transparency. It has also prompted allegations of fraud from the opposition candidate, who holds a narrow lead over the incumbent.

    Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Tegucigalpa.


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