Last Friday, the Spanish government welcomed the end of the political dialogue in Honduras, in which the United Nations acted as facilitator and Spain as supporter, through its ambassador in Tegucigalpa, Guillermo Kirkpatrick.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expressed in a note its hope that the end of dialogue can serve as a “road map” for the political forces to promote the reforms that Honduran people want. “Honduras and its citizens -says the note- may continue to count on Spain’s commitment in the future to move forward along the path of development, strengthening the protection of human rights and promoting political reforms”.
In the process, which began at the end of August, Honduran government, representatives of Liberal Party, National Party, and Salvadorian Party of Honduras, who signed the document “Commitment for Honduras: Reconciliation to Transform“, were involved. It reflected the will of the political parties to “respect, continue and commit themselves to the search and achievement of results”.
The Executive congratulated the United Nations and the participating political forces on the work and stressed that consensus has been reached on 169 “essential” issues such as electoral reforms and protection of Human Rights.