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Guatemala in crisis after president bans corruption investigation into his government

  • Written by Rachel E. Bowen, Associate Professor of Political Science, The Ohio State University
Guatemalans overwhelmingly support the United Nations-backed corruption investigation known as CICIG. President Jimmy Morales is trying to ban prosecutors from the country.AP Photo/Moises Castillo

For months, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales has been trying to stop a United Nations-backed anti-corruption investigation into his government.


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