Because it weakens the Haitian state. But economists Darren Acemoglu and James Robinson (authors of Why Nations Fail: The Origins of Power, Prosperity, and Poverty) have blogged about the mystery of Haiti's predicament. They wondered why it suffered in this way, instead of sharing the Dominican Republic of Hispaniola and its history of slavery with Haiti. "Haiti and the Dominican Republic had essentially the same level of per capita income at the end of World War II. They have since parted ways, with the determination of one of the perpetrators of the murder of environmental activist Berta Cáceres.
Sin did not end violence in Honduras. Several social leaders have been assassinated this year. Subject matter expert David Long explains the repression of popular leadership in Honduras and how violence manifests in different public spaces and media Fax Number List Honduras: Interview with Socio-Environmental Struggle under Death Threats Aside from a war zone, Honduras is one of the most violent countries on Earth. Since the mid-1990s, especially in urban areas, we have witnessed a resurgence of various forms of violence, such as armed robbery, kidnapping, rape, domestic assault, homicide, selectivity of contract killers.
Assassinations, members of gangs, gangs or organized crime, first and foremost are the typical tensions of drug trafficking. At the same time, while Honduras did not experience political violence on a scale comparable to its neighbors in the 1980s, it was emerging as one of the countries with the highest murder rates for human rights and environmental defenders, journalists, trade unionists or social movement activists. Those responsible for these forms of violence, whether large-scale loggers or owners of African palm land, national and international extractive companies, bankers, politicians and industrialists, due to their privileged position in the field, among other reasons.