How will Honduras’ successor deal with corruption?

The World

Former Honduran President Juan Orlando Hernández is likely to spend the rest of his life in a US prison, after having been extradited to New York on drug trafficking and weapons charges. And his legacy of corruption, state violence and inequality will also stay with Honduras for many years to come. So, how is the government of his successor Xiomara Castro, who was sworn in this January, approaching that uphill battle to bring stability to her beleaguered nation? The World’s Latin America correspondent Jorge Valencia reports.