From the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

Honduras held nationwide elections on 26 November 2017. Political tensions are currently high and there are likely to be a number of demonstrations and rallies over the next few days. These have the potential to be become violent. You should avoid all political demonstrations and monitor local news channels for the latest information.

Protests and large demonstrations can often occur with little or no notice. Most demonstrations are peaceful, but they can turn violent. Avoid all demonstrations. You should not attempt to pass through any blockades. Please monitor local press, radio and TV, or contact the British Embassy, Guatemala for local updates.

The Honduran Constitution prohibits political activities by foreigners. If you take part in demonstrations you may be detained and/or deported.

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