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1 de Junio de 2011

Xiomara Castro, esposa de Manuel Zelaya, habla sobre el regreso a Honduras y su posible candidatura a la presidencia

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Gran parte de los rumores sobre el regreso de Manuel Zelaya a Honduras giran en torno a si su esposa, Xiomara Castro, será candidata a la presidencia. Durante una conferencia de prensa ofrecida el domingo, Zelaya dijo: "Quien participa en política es la primera dama; yo soy un simple ciudadano". En una entrevista concedida en Honduras a Democracy Now!, Castro habla de la posibilidad de aspirar a la presidencia y de lo que piensa tras haber regresado del exilio.

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