Security & Strategic Review - August 2022

HONDURAS: Gearing up for key appointments

Amid calls for the new leftist Libertad y Refundación (Libre) government led by President Xiomara Castro, to make good its vote-winning pledge to combat corruption, all eyes are on the selection of the new 15-member supreme justice court (CSJ) which is due to be finalised in early 2023. The CSJ has long faced criticism amid concerns over its independence and transparency and the process of picking its successor, which is due officially be kicked off this month, is set to draw particular scrutiny.

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