The Republic of Honduras Repeals Constitutional Immunity of Public Officials
01 February 2005International Law Quarterly
The Republic of Honduras (“Honduras”) has continued to modernize its legislation through the issuance of newer laws and decrees which serve as an example to the Latin American region as a whole. Through the issuance of one of its most recent decrees—Decree No. 105-2004,1— Honduras has repealed the familiar and heavily-relied upon concept of immunity of state officials.