RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - (EFE) The Honduran Foreign Minister, Lisando Rosales, accused Venezuela this Friday of wanting to impose its agenda on the democracies of Latin America, encouraging the protests that have recently taken place in countries such as Chile, Ecuador and, at this moment, Colombia.
Rosales participated today together with Carlos Madero, Coordinating Minister of the Honduran Government in the Tribune organized by EFE and Casa de América, which was moderated by the International Director of the Spanish news agency, Rosario Gasca.
"Honduras has been one of the countries that have given a clear example that democracy works . . .