Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Watershed Elections

August 08, 2023 00:10:16
Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Watershed Elections
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Mary Speck on Guatemala’s Watershed Elections

Aug 08 2023 | 00:10:16

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Show Notes

Ahead of the country’s second-round presidential elections later this month, USIP’s Mary Speck explains how judicial interference has injected chaos into the country’s democratic process. There are concerns that Guatemala’s democratic backsliding could reverberate throughout Central America. “What happens in Guatemala can affect the whole region.”

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