What struck me the most was "according to official sources, at least six people die by violence every day in Honduras."
Honduras President Admits Up in Crime - Prensa Latina: "Tegucigalpa, May 26 (Prensa Latina) Honduras´ President Manuel Zelaya Friday admitted that insecurity in his country is “serious and critical” and urged all social sectors to support the fight against violence.
However, social, religious and human rights organizations have attributed this phenomenon to the poverty and economic crisis into which the nation is plunged.
“Common violence invades our streets and affects all social classes, evidence that all Hondurans have to be organized in the search for accurate responses to this serious problem,” Zelaya stated.
Representatives of the non-governmental organizations considered that before increasing the number of police throughout the territory, he must first provide the entire population with access to health and education.
Meanwhile, the dignitary committed to a series of measures to reduce high rates of violence, as according to official sources, at least six people die by violence every day in Honduras."