RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The virtually elected president of Honduras, Xiomara Castro, after counting 80.66% of the votes, has 1.4 million "yes" votes, the best result achieved by a candidate since records began.
According to the last update of the National Electoral Council (CNE), Castro, leader of the Libertad y Refundación (Libre) party, had this Saturday, November 4, 1.409.689 votes (50,63 %), against 999.214 (35,89 %) of Nasry Asfura, of the ruling National Party.
The CNE had processed, until 1PM local time (19.00 GMT), 2.89 million ballots, out of 5.18 million . . .