Following November's elections in Haiti, Honduras and Nicaragua, Canning House gathers an expert panel to discuss what their results could mean for these countries, now and into the coming years.
Elections in Haiti, Honduras and Nicaragua
In November, Haiti, Honduras and Nicaragua will all hold elections to decide who will be each country’s President. Each comes following a period of significant instability, making their results only more important.
Haiti’s late President, Jovenel Moïse, was assassinated in July 2021, and a major earthquake killed and injured thousands in the Caribbean nation in August, prompting a further delay to elections. The government of Nicaragua’s President Daniel Ortega has cracked down on dissent in the run-up to the elections, with opposition parties and figures barred from running. In Honduras, President Juan Orlando Hernandez has long faced accusations of corruption, including aiding drug traffickers and using online “bots” to amplify his apparent support.
After the elections, Canning House will gather an expert panel to discuss what their results could mean for these countries, now and into the coming years.
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