December 2005
Background Notes on Countries of the World: Honduras;Dec2005, p6
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The article focuses on the national security in Honduras. Since 1980s, the country's armed forces decided to refocus their operations toward combating transnational threats. The government reduced the funding for its armed forces because of several problems it faced. The constitution was amended also in January 1999 to abolish the position of the military commander in chief of the armed forces.


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