Honduras' Nasralla rejects poll count

The main opposition candidate in the Honduras Presidential election says he will not accept the poll results and has accused the electoral court of manipulating the results, despite previously vowing to respect the count.

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    The main opposition candidate in the Honduras Presidential election says he will not accept the poll results and has accused the electoral court of manipulating the results, despite previously vowing to respect the count.

    Salvador Nasralla was initially five percent ahead but is now just over one percent behind current President Juan Orlando Hernandez.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports.


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