Honduras's new president

Juan Hernandez (C), presidential candidate for the ruling National Party, addresses supporters in Tegucigalpa November 24, 2013. The conservative ruling party candidate claimed victory in the presidential election in Honduras on Sunday after an early vote count put him ahead, but his leftist rival also said she was the winner, setting the stage for a potential conflict. The electoral authority said a partial tally of votes gave National Party candidate Juan Hernandez nearly 35 percent support while Xiomara Castro, wife of deposed former leader Manuel Zelaya, had just over 28 percent.   REUTERS/Stringer (HONDURAS - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

( STRINGER / REUTERS / November 25, 2013 )

Juan Hernandez (C), presidential candidate for the ruling National Party, addresses supporters in Tegucigalpa November 24, 2013. The conservative ruling party candidate claimed victory in the presidential election in Honduras on Sunday after an early vote count put him ahead, but his leftist rival also said she was the winner, setting the stage for a potential conflict. The electoral authority said a partial tally of votes gave National Party candidate Juan Hernandez nearly 35 percent support while Xiomara Castro, wife of deposed former leader Manuel Zelaya, had just over 28 percent. REUTERS/Stringer (HONDURAS - Tags: ELECTIONS POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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