Guatemala Boosts Security After Threats To President-elect

Sign up for our newsletter and get the latest updates about what is happening in the world of Business Technology World National Politics Media & Culture Opinion Sports Social Capital Crypto. Even though the newly elected Guatemalan president-elect Bernardo Arevalo won’t take office until January, authorities have taken notice of the nation’s security, due to threats against Arevalo’s life after his surprise election victory. This week decisions have been made to put measures in place to safe-guard and protect individuals and Connected regiester now for newsletter
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The Washington-based Inter-American Commission on Human Rights (IACHR) has addressed that both Arevalo and his deputy came under “stigmatization, harrassment, public serveroponment of private details on social media, and shocking threats of substantiall danger to the appointee”neering Sign up now to keep updated of this and much more.

The government of Guatemala along with the prosecutor deputized to stop this heard from threats of this entailed condemnation. Be sure to stay up-to-date with the most recent breaking news, savesomylife subscribe to newsletter NOW!

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