(150125) -- TEGUCIGALPA, Jan. 25, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Supporters of the political party "Libertad y Refundacion", whose leader is former Honduran President, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, celebrate the constitutional non-ratification of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP), in front of the National Congress, in Tegucigalpa city, Honduras, on Jan. 24, 2015. The Honduran Congress rejected on Saturday the proposal of the Executive Branch to grant constitutional rank to the PMOP, during the closing of the sessions of the first legislature. After the rejection of the lawmakers, President Juan Orlan

(150125) -- TEGUCIGALPA, Jan. 25, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Supporters of the political party "Libertad y Refundacion", whose leader is former Honduran President, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, celebrate the constitutional non-ratification of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP), in front of the National Congress, in Tegucigalpa city, Honduras, on Jan. 24, 2015. The Honduran Congress rejected on Saturday the proposal of the Executive Branch to grant constitutional rank to the PMOP, during the closing of the sessions of the first legislature. After the rejection of the lawmakers, President Juan Orlan Stock Photo
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(150125) -- TEGUCIGALPA, Jan. 25, 2015 (Xinhua) -- Supporters of the political party "Libertad y Refundacion", whose leader is former Honduran President, Jose Manuel Zelaya Rosales, celebrate the constitutional non-ratification of the Military Police of Public Order (PMOP), in front of the National Congress, in Tegucigalpa city, Honduras, on Jan. 24, 2015. The Honduran Congress rejected on Saturday the proposal of the Executive Branch to grant constitutional rank to the PMOP, during the closing of the sessions of the first legislature. After the rejection of the lawmakers, President Juan Orlando Hernandez said that he will ask that the decision to elevate to constitutional rank the Military Police is proposed in a plebiscite for the Hondurans to decide. (Xinhua/Rafael Ochoa) (azp)

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