Jimmy Morales
There is no quick solution to the Guatemalan crisis

Why were hundreds of thousands of Guatemalans on the streets over the past weeks? What is the pact of the corrupt in the country? We take a look

Carlos Barrientos: There is rage on the streets of Guatemala

What brought over 500,000 people to the streets in Guatemala on Saturday, and why are people not leaving the streets after the controversial budget was suspended?

Right-wing Alejandro Giammattei wins Guatemalan presidential elections

With only 42% participation of the electorate, Giammattei pulled ahead of former first-lady Sandra Torres in the second round of presidential elections in Guatemala

Guatemalan peasant organizations strike ahead of the second round of elections

The strike was carried out to denounce the electoral fraud committed in the first round of general elections and to reject the immigration agreement signed by the national government with the US

migrant carvan The sordid history of US intervention in Guatemala

The people of Guatemala and other Central American countries continue to be the primary victims of decades of disastrous US policy in the region

March of Dignity, for Life and Justice to reach Guatemala City today

More than 1,000 Guatemalans began an 8-day-long march on May 1 from Quetzaltenango against corruption and impunity in the assassinations of human rights and Indigenous land defenders

The perfect dictatorship, the one that never left

By ending the agreement with the UN anti-corruption panel, Guatemalan president Jimmy Morales has openly supported corruption and impunity

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