Yadira Bendaña

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Yadira Esperanza Bendaña Flores (born 20 November 1968 in Tegucigalpa) is a Honduran journalist and politician. She currently serves as deputy of the National Congress of Honduras representing the Liberal Party of Honduras for Francisco Morazán.[1]

She is well known in her country for being the host of the annual Teletón for six years; she left Televicentro due to labour disputes. In 2009, in the aftermath of the 2009 coup d'etat she was assaulted by an unknown man who called her a "golpista".[2]