Opposition leaders in Honduras are calling on citizens to exercise an “uprising” against President Juan Orlando Hernandez.
They have cited fraud in recent elections that secured another mandate for the incumbent.
Television star, Salvador Nasralla, had claimed victory in the November the 26th election after early results put him ahead of Hernandez.
He has been locked in a bitter row over the vote count since the process broke down and suddenly swung in the president’s favour.
The dispute has sparked deadly protests and a night-time curfew in the Central American country.