The president of Honduras, Xiomara Castro, demanded respect for the rights of a community of the Garífuna people that was evicted on November 7 by the National Police in the insular part of the Central American country.
"I have requested a report on the violent judicially ordered eviction. I was not informed prior to executing the eviction. The Garífunas demand justice for their ancestral lands. This must go to trial, not an eviction that criminalizes rights. I demand immediate freedom and respect for human rights," The president exposed through the social network Twitter.
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