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  • HablaGuate
    "El gobierno gasto US$ 1,000,000 el domingo pasado entre almuerzos, pago y transporte de toda esa gente para "apoyar a colom" nosotros ahí estubimos exigiendo que guatemala cambie... y no nos pagaron un solo centavo... por favor colom..... entende que nos sos querido por el verdadero pueblo de ...
  • HablaGuate
    By JUAN CARLOS LLORCA – 44 minutes agoGUATEMALA CITY (AP) — A slain lawyer's taped accusations that the president wanted him dead threaten to topple Guatemala's first leftist government in more than 50 years and have sharpened the political divide between rich and poor...Colom says ...
  • HablaGuate
    You mean it only took two weeks for the NY Times to cover the murder of Rosenberg in Guatemala? It's a decent predictable article that doesn't even begin to scrape the surface My favorite part is actually the Editor's ...
  • HablaGuate
    I am well aware that Guatemala is a country with great potential, but also with one – one that has many challenges.
  • HablaGuate
    When I left Guatemala in 1982 at the age of five, I joined the immigration tide of thousands of people fleeing Guatemala’s civil war, poverty, gangs, and corruption to cross the Mexican desert and enter the United States.
  • HablaGuate
    The Guatemalan Congress had voted on 5 October 2010 to approve legislation that would have allowed the use of the death penalty. However, President Colom has since said he would veto the move because he does not think the president should decide on the life of others.
  • HablaGuate
    No democracy can survive without a functioning justice system, including a professional, trusted, well financed police force.  
  • HablaGuate
    Facundo Cabral, a singer/ songwriter from Argentina, was one of the leaders in nonviolent protest music throughout Latin America for over 50 years. Born in La Plata, Argentina in 1937, Cabral grew up in extreme poverty. As he learned to play the guitar, sing, and write, he quickly became known as the voice of the people who could not speak. His dedication to social justice movements and his response to violent military dictatorships in Latin America forced him into exile in Mexico following the Argentine coup in 1976, where he continued writing and performing, and gained wide-spread popularity. In 1996, the United Nations designated Cabral a “worldwide messenger of peace” for his continued commitment to the people and to justice and freedom for the powerless in Central and South America.
  • HablaGuate
    Surrounded by his supporters, Otto Pérez Molina was sworn in on Saturday as Guatemala’s new president, becoming the first former military man hold the post since the 1996 Peace Accords.
  • The Pursuit of Justice in Guatemala
    Today marks the 30th anniversary of the coup that propelled General Efraín Ríos Montt to power and launched the most violent period of the 36-year internal armed conflict in Guatemala. The National Security Archive and the North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA) mark the coup anniversary with the publication today of NACLA Report on the Americas, “Central America: Legacies of War,” containing feature article by National Security Archive’s Kate Doyle on “Justice in Guatemala.”

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