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Xiomara Castro Poised to Become First Female President of Honduras

Xiomara Castro Poised to Become First Female President of Honduras

From: Guardian

The opposition candidate Xiomara Castro appears poised to become the first female president of Honduras in a landslide victory 12 years after her husband was forced from power in a military-backed coup.

With results counted from just over half of precincts on Monday, Castro held a commanding 20-point lead over her nearest rival, Nasry Asfura of the ruling National party.

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