Honduras pledges 'radical change' in power sector
Marlon Tábora, the coordinator of the Honduran economic cabinet, promised a "profound change" in the nation's electricity sector, including an effort to reschedule the "monstrous" debt of the state utility, the ENEE.
This is not the first attempt to reform the sector. In 2014, legislation for a radical change was published, but was never put into effect.
Beginning in the second half of this year, Tábora promised the introduction of "an integral process", including several private-sector proposals that would liberalize the power industry.