All the chats in Honduras

  1. Chats in Atlántida
  2. Chats in Bay Islands
  3. Chats in Choluteca
  4. Chats in Colón
  5. Chats in Comayagua
  6. Chats in Copán
  7. Chats in Cortés
  8. Chats in El Paraíso
  9. Chats in Francisco Morazán
  10. Chats in Gracias a Dios
  11. Chats in Intibucá
  12. Chats in La Paz
  13. Chats in Lempira
  14. Chats in Ocotepeque
  15. Chats in Olancho
  16. Chats in Santa Bárbara
  17. Chats in Valle
  18. Chats in Yoro

Honduras is a country located in the center-north of Central America. Its official name is the Republic of Honduras and its capital is the Central District, formed by the cities of Tegucigalpa and Comayagüela. Honduras is a unitary state and defines itself as free, sovereign and independent, unitary and indivisible. It limits to the north and east with the Caribbean Sea, to the southeast with Nicaragua, to the south with the Gulf of Fonseca and El Salvador, and to the west with Guatemala. The territorial extension of Honduras, including all its islands, is 112,492 km². The territorial organization of Honduras divides the country, politically and administratively, into 18 departments, and these into 298 municipalities. The form of government is republican, democratic and representative.

It is exercised by three powers: Legislative, Executive and Judicial, complementary and independent and without relations of subordination. The population of Honduras exceeds 9 million inhabitants. Dedicated mostly to agricultural activities, in addition to trade, manufacturing, and public services among other activities. The department of Honduras with the highest population density is Cortés with 400.3 inhabitants / km². The country is multi-ethnic, consisting of four large ethnic families: whites or mestizos who are the majority, indigenous peoples, Garífuna and English-speaking Creoles. The territory of Honduras is very rugged, it is formed by high rows of mountains, high plains, deep valleys in which extensive and fertile plains are crossed by more or less abundant and navigable rivers, all of which contribute to its rich biodiversity.

It is estimated that in Honduras there are about 8,000 species of plants, about 250 reptiles and amphibians, more than 700 species of birds and 110 species of mammals, distributed in different regions. For Honduras, the period of the federation had been disastrous. Local rivalries and ideological disputes had produced political chaos and disrupted the economy. Honduras declared its Independence from Central America on September 15,1821. In January of 1839, the first constitution of the country was formally adopted. General Francisco Ferrera became the first president of the country after this, was presented as a single candidate. This period was followed by a second period. At the end of his term, he handed over command to Coronado Chávez. Once the Chavez period ended, El Gral. Ferrera wanted to return to power but did not find support and in his place the congress appointed the conservative, Juan Lindo.

During the presidency of Lindo, a new constitution was adopted in 1848. Lindo made an effort to promote education, and improve the administrative situation of the country. In 1852, Juan Lindo handed over power to the liberal José Trinidad Cabañas. Three years later, the Guatemalan government of Rafel Carrera invaded Honduras and expelled Cabañas, installing in its place the conservative leader, José Santos Guardiola.