Partisan politics in Honduras fuels exodus, migrants say

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By Laura Gottesdiener and Drazen Jorgic SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras (Reuters) – Bags of rice and beans arrived in a tough neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras’ second-largest city, government aid for poor residents struggling during a coronavirus lockdown in April 2020. Cesar López and his hungry family got nothing. The food, he said, went only to supporters of the ruling National Party, which he opposes. He said it’s much the same for government jobs and other benefits. López set out for the United States earlier this year – motivated in part by what he claims was unfair distribution of assi…

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