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October 16, 2021, by David Agren, Catholic News Service
MEXICO CITY –  Honduran bishops urged voters to avoid supporting candidates "stained" by drug cartels in the November elections – an admonishment in a country where illegal money has long flowed into political campaigns and delegitimized the political class. In a letter, the bishops' conference called on citizens to vote in the Nov. 28 elections and to "overcome sentiments of indifference, apathy and skepticism provoked by our deficient system of government and its institutions," while saying, "Honduras does not deserve that you vote for those who want to destroy it and look to win elections 'at any cost,' including deceptive and fraudulent actions." The letter also called for voters to "choose candidates who are not stained by corruption, organized crime…


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