Honduras president urged to resign

Juan Orlando Hernandez denies accepting bribes from drug gangs to win power six years ago amid increasing protests over corruption.

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    The president of Honduras is under pressure from protesters to resign.

    Juan Orlando Hernandez denies accepting bribes from drug gangs in exchange for protection and the financing of his 2013 his election campaign.

    Protesters are frustrated over rampant corruption and poverty.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.


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