The November 29 election in Honduras was stolen by incumbent President Juan Orlando Hernandez. Popular movements all view it as part two of the 2009 coup. Hernandez fired dissidents on the Supreme Court and packed it with cronies to give him permission to run again even though the Constitution bars a President from succeeding himself. Then when he apparently lost the election he shut down the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE), which is controlled by his party, and rigged the vote to show he won even though a TSE members said that after the first night’s tally which showed him losing by 5% it was statistically impossible for Hernandez to win. The U.S. State Department, at the same time, certified the Honduras had made progress in human rights and fighting corruption. CBN is a member of the Honduras Solidarity Network which coordinates efforts in Washington DC and with members of Congress.