Hondurans go to the polls Sunday to choose a new president in a tight race that could fail to produce a clear winner.
The election pits conservative Juan Orlando, candidate of the ruling Nation Party, against socialist Xiomara Castro, whose husband, Manuel Zelays, was overthrown in a military-backed coup in 2009 after his right-wing administration moved left.
Polls show the two in a statistical tie, raising fears of a disputed result that could produce more instability and protests in a failing state with the world's highest homicide rate. The constitution says the victor needs to win by only one vote, and there is no runoff.
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