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Furthermore, public spending and private sector lending have slowed down, partly due to the 2015 political scandal involving former President Perez Molina. Nevertheless, it should be highlighted that Recinos added that the political situation has not yet had a negative effect on Guatemala's economy, as ...

... International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala has faced frequent resistance in Guatemala. Its first commissioner resigned in 2010, frustrated by noncooperation from the Guatemalan Congress and an attorney general with alleged links to organized crime. In 2015, then-President Perez Molina ...
A boy holds a sign that reads “No more corruption” during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina, .... to support the commission, as when Washington exerted heavy pressure on then President Perez Molina to extend the body's mandate in 2015, even as he ...
Guatemala's former president Otto Perez Molina and his vice-president, Roxana Baldetti, took at least $25m in bribes from a Spanish port company, an anti-corruption commission alleges. The firm, TCB, won a contract to operate a new container terminal on Guatemala's Pacific coast for 25 years. Mr Perez ...
Guatemala's former president has spent his first night in prison after a judge ordered his detention while hearings over alleged corruption take place. Otto Perez Molina, 64, left the court in Guatemala City on Thursday under heavy police guard and was taken to a military prison in the capital. On Tuesday ...
An arrest warrant has been issued against Guatemala's President Otto Perez Molina, according to the public prosecutor's office. On Tuesday, congress voted to remove his immunity from prosecution amid corruption allegations. Prosecutors accuse the president of masterminding a scheme to defraud the ...
Thousands of protesters have marched in the Guatemalan capital, demanding the resignation of President Otto Perez Molina over a corruption scandal. Businesses, including fast-food chains, were shut in support of the protest. The president is facing impeachment proceedings over the affair, which has ...
Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina has said that he will not stand down over corruption allegations. In a televised address to the nation, Mr Perez Molina dismissed claims that he had received money from a customs bribery scheme. He insisted that his conscience was clear. Eight members of his ...


 

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