WHY GUATEMALA S 180 ON CORRUPTION MATTERS FOR CENTRAL AMERICA

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Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central

2019-01-11 · A president vowing to clean up corruption has changed his tune since he came under scrutiny. Whether the country’s other institutions allow investigators to stay the course could reverberate
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Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central America

2019-01-11 · A constitutional and political crisis has been averted – temporarily, at least – in Guatemala this week, after the Constitutional Court ruled that President Jimmy Morales could not unilaterally expel an international investigative body focused on fighting corruption.
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Why Guatemala’s 180 On Corruption Matters For Central

2019-01-11 · Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central America Jan 11, 2019 3 minutes A constitutional and political crisis has been averted – temporarily, at least – in Guatemala this week, after the Constitutional Court ruled that President Jimmy Morales could not unilaterally expel an international investigative body focused on fighting corruption.
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WHY GUATEMALA S 180 ON CORRUPTION MATTERS FOR CENTRAL AMERICA. By alaikal | July 6, 2018. 0 Comment. Transparency International – The Global Anti-Corruption . International Anti-Corruption Day 2018: The power of people’s pressure. Across the world, Transparency International chapters work hard to help the public become involved and engaged in the fight against corruption. …
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Latin America – Wikipedia. Latin America generally refers to territories in the Americas where the Spanish or Portuguese or French languages prevail: Mexico, most of Central and South America, and in the Caribbean, Cuba, Jamaica, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Puerto Rico.Latin America is, therefore, defined as all those parts of the
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Why Guatemala’s 180 on Corruption Matters for Central

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Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central

Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central America A constitutional and political crisis has been averted – temporarily, at least – in Guatemala this week, after the Constitutional Court ruled that President Jimmy Morales could not unilaterally expel an international investigative body focused on fighting corruption.
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Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central

Why Guatemala’s 180 on corruption matters for Central America A constitutional and political crisis has been averted – temporarily, at least – in Guatemala this week, after the Constitutional Court ruled that President Jimmy Morales could not unilaterally expel an international investigative body focused on fighting corruption.
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Guatemala Intensifies Crackdown on Anti-Corruption Efforts

In its latest attack on efforts to strengthen rule of law, Guatemala is trying to expel investigators at UN-backed anti-corruption commission the CICIG. The Guatemalan government intensified its campaign against anti-corruption efforts, attempting to expel UN-backed investigators from the country.
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Guatemala’s Military Shows Aggressive Support for CICIG

With a corruption investigation hanging over his head, on August 31 Guatemala’s embattled president, Jimmy Morales, made his move. Surrounded by dozens of military officers, Morales defiantly announced that he would not renew the mandate of the International Commission against Impunity in
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