The government of Honduras aims to impose a salary freeze on 60,000 of its employees
The fiscal crisis that faces the Honduran government is likely to shatter the dreams of thousands of public-sector workers that had been expecting to receive an annual pay raise.
No announcement has yet been made, but all the indications are that the government is going to impose a pay freeze and budget cuts along the lines announced by several European countries in recent weeks.
The last time a pay freeze was imposed by bureaucrats in Honduras was during the 2002-2006 presidency of Ricardo Maduro.
Original source (in Spanish): El Heraldo