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Xiomara Castro exceeded 1,400,000 votes with more than 80% of the votes

Xiomara Castro exceeded 1,400,000 votes with more than 80% of the votes

Honduras. Honduran president-elect, Xiomara Castro, who is more likely than likely, has, in the last hours, exceeded the 400,000 million votes obtained in the general elections held on Sunday, November 28.

According to the latest update of the National Electoral Council (CNE), the Freedom and Recovery Party (Libre) candidate received 1,402 thousand 356 votes, which is 50.67 percent of the electorate.

For his part, the national candidate Nasri “Tito” Asfoura came in second place with 992,181 votes, representing 35.85 percent of the total voters.

Liberal presidential candidate Jani Rosenthal, who received only 272,162 votes, or 9.73 percent of the electorate, also participated in the election race.

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CNE has already sent 14,672 minutes out of a total of 18,293, or 80.21 percent, according to the latest update on Saturday, December 4 at 10:01 a.m. Honduran time.

The number of people authorized to vote in these elections was 5 million, 182,425, and the turnout was 69.24 percent.

Chiomara Castro will be the elected president and the first woman to take office in Honduras on January 27, 2022, in the absence of an official announcement from the National Electoral Council.

The new governor of Honduras has already received recognition for her final victory from her main competitors Nasri Asfora and Yanni Rosenthal.

He also received appreciation and congratulations from countries such as the United States, Nicaragua, Venezuela, Argentina, Spain, Peru, Cuba, Ecuador, and others.

Source: OB / Hondudiario

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