Thousands of demonstrators led by opposition leader Salvador Nasralla took to the streets of Honduras' second largest city San Pedro Sula on Saturday, to protest the re-election of President Juan Orlando Hernandez which they claim was subject to fraud. Nasralla supporters marched with flags and banners demanding the incumbent president to step down. One of the protesters said, «Juan Orlando... Еще Hernandez is legal until January 26, on January 27, if he insists on continuing to usurp the sovereign's decision, we will adhere to Article 3 of the Constitution of the Republic of Honduras in force. It says we do not owe obedience to any usurping government.» Honduras has been rocked by political turmoil since November 26 presidential election after President Juan Orlando Hernandez defeated Opposition Alliance party candidate Salvador Nasralla by 1.6 percentage points. Both men have claimed victory.