"I'm working day and night and it's barely enough," said Garcia, the father of four. "There are people here starving to death because of the political crisis."
The June 28 coup plunged Honduras into a political crisis, but also deepened long-standing economic problems in one of the hemisphere's poorest countries. Over the past four months, exports have diminished, citizens have reduced their spending and international development aid has been suspended.
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