The march of the anti-citizen bloc set off from Chuaaba Boulevard in Tegucigalpa and reached the presidential palace, where they demanded health, employment and security from the government.
Demonstrators came wearing white and blue T-shirts from the National Party, the Salvadoran Party of Honduras (BSH), the Patriotic Alliance and some from the Liberal Party.
Salvador Nasrallah (BSH), David Chávez (National Party), Romeo Vázquez Velázquez (Patriotic Alliance) and José Luis Moncada (Liberal Party) led the peaceful rally, attended by about 20,000 people, according to organizers.
“They’re leaving! Free never again! And free is afraid!” They were part of the main slogans chanted during the march until they reached the Presidential Palace in Tegucigalpa.
On August 16, 2023, the so-called Citizens’ Resistance Block was created at the invitation of Salvador Nasrallah, the architect of the presidency, to defend democracy and the independence of powers.
Platforms of the political parties that participated in the rally pledged that the mobilization would “stick with CAF, the high cost of the basic food basket and the insecurity the country is experiencing”.
Tomás Zambrano, head of the National Party bench, told reporters that “for Honduras” regardless of political color, Hondurans condemned the arrest of buses that took to the streets and carried protesters to different parts of the country.
Zambrano pointed out that the mobilization is a message for the government to understand that “Honduras belongs to everyone and is not free” and for the country’s president to “fulfill his campaign promises.”
“Honduras came out today to tell Libre: enough of this abuse, so much hatred and illegalities,” insisted the head of the bench of the National Party, who asked President Castro “not to continue dividing the people, not to sow hatred. Dissent” and that he “does not allow himself to rule.” dedicates”.
Rafael Barahona, director of the Honduran Land Transport Corporation, said the detention of buses was part of the company’s “routine operation” and that at least ten transport drivers had been given permission to drive outside their operating bases.
Barahona pointed out that the opposition was trying to “destabilize” the government and insisted that President Castro’s fight was to establish an international anti-corruption commission and improve the Central American country’s economy.
The march, led by National Party leader David Chávez, reached close to the presidential palace, where demonstrators chanted “Fuera familion” and “Se van”. January 27, 2026, when the decree is issued Xiomara Castro.
Mobilization with the President’s Designator (Vice-President), Salvador NasrallahLeader of the Patriotic Alliance and former commander-in-chief of the June 28, 2009 coup against Manuel Zelaya, Romeo Vázquez, and the leaders of the Salvadoran and Liberal Party of Honduras.
Nasrallah, the Salvadoran party of Honduras, was elected vice-president of Honduran President Xiomara Castro from Libre, and has denounced that he has been sidelined since the beginning of the government and has been given nothing. Stock.