Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Protests

October 16, 2023 00:06:37
Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Protests
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Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Protests

Oct 16 2023 | 00:06:37

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Show Notes

President-elect Bernardo Arevalo’s electoral victory in August “has not sat well with the political establishment” in Guatemala, says USIP’s Mary Speck, and their attempts to undermine the transition have been met by popular protests led by Indigenous leaders advocating “on behalf of democracy.”

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