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Citizens’ initiative to repeal Employment Zones in Honduras submitted to Parliament

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The National Anti-Corruption Council (CNA) on Monday delivered to the Honduran Parliament a citizens' initiative supported by thousands of people, including opposition deputies, seeking to repeal Employment and Development Zones (ZEDEs).

The proposal received 15,190 signatures, more than the 3,000 required by law, said Odir Fernandez, director of the CNA's Investigation and Case Monitoring Unit.

"We are submitting the citizens' initiative to repeal the ZEDE law, it comes with 15,190 signatures and fingerprints collected nationwide," Fernandez explained.

The petition was handed over by representatives of the CNA to opposition deputies Doris . . .

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