“The President of the Republic at this moment is an imposter,” said Salvador Nasralla.
The candidate of the Alliance of Opposition against the Dictatorship, Salvador Nasralla, reiterated on Sunday the electoral fraud before, during and after the elections in Honduras on November 26 and called Juan Orlando Hernández an impostor.
“It is clear that there was fraud before, during and after the elections (…) The President of the Republic at this moment is an impostor, and the Honduran people know it,” Nasralla said in a video posted on Facebook.
Nasralla made the remarks while on his way to Washington, where he will meet Monday with the secretary general of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro.
The opposition candidate considered that calling “dictator” Hernández the winner of the November 26 election is a “desperate measure” in response to Nasralla’s trip to the United States.
They will not be able to “stop the people who are going to continue with the peaceful demonstrations to defend their popular will expressed in the ballot boxes,” he added.
The Supreme Electoral Tribunal made official this Sunday to Juan Orlando Hernández as president of Honduras, with 42.95 percent of the votes.
The former president of Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, said that the population rejects JOH as the winner of the elections. “The TSE of Honduras imposes a fraud in favor of Juan Orlando Hernández, we absolutely reject the TSE’s statement.”