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Honduran court deals blow to 'model cities'

Thursday, October 4, 2012


The constitutional chamber of Honduras's Supreme Court ruled that privately run cities in the Central American country would be unconstitutional, threatening a project to build "model cities" with their own police, laws, government and tax systems.

The five-judge panel voted 4-to-1 in a ruling that goes against the Honduran government and the country's elite.

Because the decision was not unanimous, the case now goes to the full 15-member Supreme Court, which is expected to take it up within 10 days.


Source: Associated Press