Central America is at a breaking point. The region is facing a multiplicity of crises that have made it, despite the extreme fragility it has been dragging along for three decades, even more vulnerable. However, helping the region is a political and moral dilemma.
December 12 was the third consecutive Saturday of protests in Guatemala to demand the resignation of President Alejandro Giammatei and a profound reform of the country’s political system. What began as a protest against the national budget ignited citizen anger.