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A glimmer of hope breaks through Guatemala’s crumbling institutions

In Guatemala, there is a glimmer of hope after the darkness of the last governments, still expectations must be cautious.

Guatemala: between blockades and trenches

Guatemala is experiencing tensions not seen for several decades, where the traditional political class has stretched the rope to the point it seems to be on the verge of bursting.

Guatemala’s elections could give the presidency to another former first lady

Coauthor Carolina Guerrero This Sunday, Guatemala's former first lady, Sandra Torres, could deepen the electoral success of former first ladies in Latin America if she becomes president.

Arévalo and the Change of an Era for Guatemala

This is not only a defeat for his opponent Sandra Torres, but for the system that had hegemonized power in the Central American country for decades.

Is there democracy in Guatemala?

Three weeks after the first round of elections, on July 12, a judge suspended the Semillha Party (PS) for alleged acts of corruption committed by presenting "false signatures".