The constitutional amendments keep coming. It appears though that these still have to be ratified. The changes are only “initiatives”, and are not yet binding. The article I am using as a basis first said the “reform was approved”, but that it still needs to be “ratified” once the next legislature begins on the 25th of January.
Unfortunately, I am ignorant about the details of Honduran parliamentary procedure. The little I know is that a law must be ratified by congress, and, I suppose, signed by the president, and then published in the national gazette (La Gaceta), before becoming law.