Heather Gies

Heather Gies

Heather Gies is a freelance journalist who writes about human rights, resource conflicts, and politics in Latin America. She is also an editor at Upside Down World. 

Honduras

Honduras opposition request election results annulment

With no declared winner two weeks after election, Opposition Alliance's Nasralla asks for vote count to be nullified.

Honduras opposition request election results annulment

Latin America

Honduras army, police crack down on election unrest

Government declares 10-day curfew, empowers police and military to crack down on protests against delay of poll results.

Honduras army, police crack down on election unrest

Honduras

Honduras election: Tensions high as vote count delayed

Opposition's Salvador Nasralla rejects preliminary poll results as President Juan Orlando Hernandez inches ahead.

Honduras election: Tensions high as vote count delayed

Honduras

Hondurans anxiously await election results

Early results show opposition's Nasralla leading President Hernandez as voters remain on edge after controversial poll.

Hondurans anxiously await election results

Honduras

Hondurans vote in controversial presidential election

Amid allegations of fraud, President Juan Orlando Hernandez seeks re-election despite constitutional ban.

Hondurans vote in controversial presidential election

Honduras

Honduras election: Women's rights put on the agenda

Women's rights have 'never been talked about so much' in poverty and violence-stricken Honduras ahead of Sunday's vote.

Honduras election: Women's rights put on the agenda