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A Race to The Municipal
The race for Bay Islands’ most coveted political leadership position is on again.

August 1st, 2009 by Thomas Tomczyk

A Race to The Municipal <h5>The race for Bay Islands' most coveted political leadership position is on again. </h5>

The race for Bay Islands’ most coveted political leadership position is on again. The same main competitors take their place again as last year: Dale Jackson of the Liberal Party and Julio Galindo of the National Party. But the Democratic Unification

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US’s Man in Honduras
Ambassador Hugo Lorenz began his posting in Honduras in 2008.

May 1st, 2009 by Thomas Tomczyk

US’s Man in Honduras<h5>Ambassador Hugo Lorenz began his posting in Honduras in 2008.</h5>

Signing of ALBA has surprised and worried many US investors. Do you believe that signing of ALBA will be reversed by the next Honduran administration, or is it likely that Honduras will leave CAFTA to stay in ALBA?

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Rethinking Development
Marco Caceres Creates a Model for Coordinating Help to Undeveloped Countries. Will Anyone follow suit?

December 1st, 2008 by Thomas Tomczyk

B.I.V.: Why does Honduras attract such a stream of help groups?
M.C.: Honduras is a perfect model. It’s not that big and has a good proximity to US. It’s like development 101, you want to go to a really poor country really fast–Honduras is your place.

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A West End Pundit, Philosopher, Caregiver

March 1st, 2008 by Thomas Tomczyk

A West End Pundit, Philosopher, Caregiver

The one thing you notice when you come to a Caribbean island is its immigration control. As a Honduran department, we have no control of who comes here. How much longer can we admit anyone who just wants to come here–be it Honduran, European, or American,

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Off, Off and Away
After Seven Years of living on Roatan Sandra Sampayo Says Farewell

July 1st, 2007 by Thomas Tomczyk

Off, Off and Away <h5>After Seven Years of living on Roatan Sandra Sampayo Says Farewell</h5>

What is the most difficult for you to adjust to?
You can’t provide plans to an environment that hasn’t really been brought up with planning. It is something people need to think today about.

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A Controversial Posting
Marta Herrera, Bay Islands Education Director, came to the Bay Islands expecting a challenging job, but not a fight. She got both.

June 1st, 2007 by Thomas Tomczyk

A Controversial Posting <h5>Marta Herrera, Bay Islands Education Director, came to the Bay Islands expecting a challenging job, but not a fight. She got both.</h5>

What is in store for public education in the Bay Islands?
It’s the first time that the country has a big plan for education reform- Plan F, education for everyone. We have until 2015 to make the national education system more democratic. We want to give

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Polish-Honduran Connection
Through an upcoming SPS concert by a Polish pianist, two countries hope to discover common interests

March 1st, 2007 by -

Polish-Honduran Connection <h5>Through an upcoming SPS concert by a Polish pianist, 	two countries hope to discover common interests</h5>

Every year, 20-30 Polish citizenships are granted to Central Americans, 90% of them to Costa Ricans. The situation changed after Poland joined EU. Now, having a Polish passport allows them to study in any EU country and gives them discounts in travel,

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The Don QuiJote of Buenos Aires

February 1st, 2007 by Thomas Tomczyk

The Don QuiJote of Buenos Aires

Loneliness is the best and the worst thing in my trip. Testing loneliness is great, but I don’t know if I really want to become self sufficient- to not need no one in my life.
I discovered having faith is trusting your road and your instincts. You don’t

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Representing Mosquitia

January 1st, 2007 by Thomas Tomczyk

Representing Mosquitia

I believe four boats are a part of this study. Some want to close diving for conch and lobster all together. I, as a deputy, am opposed to this [as my people] have no alternative sources of income. The trickle down effect of losing the income is considerable.

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The Architect of Change

December 1st, 2006 by Thomas Tomczyk

The Architect of Change

The law was written 30 some years ago and is antiquated for right now. It doesn’t have a component for diversifying investment. It was made specifically for the benefit of residents who live in San Andres. In Costa Maya, etc. they are totally different

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