Mary Speck on the Challenges Facing Guatemala’s New President

January 24, 2024 00:10:45
Mary Speck on the Challenges Facing Guatemala’s New President
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Mary Speck on the Challenges Facing Guatemala’s New President

Jan 24 2024 | 00:10:45

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Show Notes

Despite legal challenges, Bernardo Arévalo has finally assumed Guatemala’s presidency. Attention now shifts to whether his anti-corruption platform can make a difference in a region beleaguered by instability, says USIP’s Mary Speck: “There’s a great deal of hope that Arévalo can show that democracy actually works.”

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