Presidential candidate for the Bardito Libertad y Refundation (Libre, left), Siomara Castro, Seeks to seize power Honduras In the shadow of the husband for the third time Manuel ZelayaHe was removed from office on June 28, 2009, and the law prevented him from making constitutional reforms.
Born in Tegucigalpa, where he was born on September 30, 1959. Siomara Castro She began to emerge as a political leader, fighting in the streets for her husband to return to power, and she did not achieve that goal, but gained many followers.
A member of the Centennial and Conservative Liberal Party, under its banner her husband was President of Honduras (2006-2009) and she was the country’s first woman, Castro became Libre’s presidential candidate. Husband, for the November 2013 general election.
In his first attempt at power, he lost to the centenarian and Conservative Nationalist Party candidate Juan Orlando Hernandez, although Shiomara Castro promises he won and the election was rigged by “fraud.”
Castro, Is a business executive and has four children Manuel Zelaya, Vin sought the post of chairman for the second time Honduras In the 2017 election.
But on that occasion at the last minute he handed over the candidacy for Libre to Salvador Nasrallah, the leader of the Anti-Corruption Party (PAC), which formed the opposition coalition against the dictatorship, which later failed and the two entered into fierce clashes.
The 2017 elections were won again by the National Party, amid complaints of Castro and Nasrallah being “stolen”, and again “fraud” and the re-election of Juan Orlando Hernandez, despite the Constitution not allowing it under any circumstances.
For the 2021 election Castro It was presented with the privilege of “building” a “socialist and democratic state” with a focus on “protecting the rights of sovereign people and nature” under its government program.
“The government plan I propose proposes to change the obsolete and exhausted system that oppresses us, to build participatory democracy and to re-establish it based on the renewed criteria born of public debate.”, Underlining the government’s two-hundred-year plan to “re-establish the homeland and build a socialist and democratic state.” Siomara Castro.
Although Juan Orlando Hernandez reiterated that he would be released on January 27, 2022, Juan Orlando Hernandez confronted unofficial versions and, in fact, formed a new alliance with the Salvador Nasrallah he provided. He was a candidate for the Salvador Party in Honduras, and if he wins this June 28, he will be one of his three vice presidents.