President Xiomara Castro is on an official visit to Cuba, so she was asked by the presidential appointee to check the reality in which thousands of citizens of this Caribbean country live.
Nasralla asked the Honduran president about her recent trip to Cuba, where she attended the G77+China meeting in Havana on Saturday.
“Dear Xiomara Castro, I am the person thanks to whom you assume the presidency of Honduras, a country with freedoms that you and I have offered to govern together,” Nasralla initially said in a publication on his X account (formerly Twitter).
“Take advantage of your stay in Cuba to see and be informed about the dietary restrictions and all the basic things that Cubans suffer from,” Nasralla suggested to the head of the executive branch.
The leader of the Salvador Party of Honduras (PSH) expressed that President Xiomara Castro comes from a wealthy family and that her father is the right-hand man of the richest man in Honduras.
“You married Manuel Zelaya, who comes from a rich landowning family that usurped our mandate and deceived the majority of Hondurans,” Nasralla told Castro, referring to her husband, former President “Mel” Zelaya .
“They are using you for something that you have never experienced and that you do not understand,” Nasralla accused the Honduran ruler.
According to Nasralla, 9.9 million Hondurans agree with his ideas.
Stop, history will judge you!, concluded the television host and former presidential candidate.
For a year, Salvador Nasralla has been in constant confrontation with the Xiomara government, of which he is a member. He has repeatedly denounced “Mel” Zelaya usurping the position of president and not allowing him to make decisions within the Castro administration.
He recently announced that he would step down as a presidential candidate to take over the presidency of Honduras.
This resignation will be submitted as soon as the Attorney General of the Public Ministry is elected in the National Congress.
Nasralla currently leads the Citizen Opposition Bloc (BOC), a coalition of the National Party, Salvador of Honduras and civil society leaders.