With primary elections around the corner and general elections in November 2021, Honduras’ opposition remains bitterly divided. Unless the main blocs react quickly, the incumbent National Party is set to win another 4-year term.
As Suriname prepares to elect a new parliament, the country faces a series of challenges that endanger its geopolitical standing. Whatever the outcome, the next government must be ready to tackle these issue.
Throughout its history, El Salvador has had to fight authoritarian regimes more than once. President Nayib Bukele promised to be different, but his actions are proving to be just as big a threat to the country’s democracy.
To address the socio-economic and security conditions driving transnational migration, Honduras will first have to solve the systemic corruption and democratic governance challenges plaguing the country.