Guatemalan conservative elites continue trying to prevent the inauguration of President-elect Arevalo in January 2024Full Story
"Protests are an exercise of rights and an expression of the popular discontent accumulated due to the State's arbitrariness," human rights defenders stressed.Full Story
Social organizations continue in the streets demanding respect for the results of the elections.
The Guatemalan Prosecutor's Office is acting as an "instrument of the coup d'état," President Petro said.
Despite acts of intimidation, social organizations will continue to protest until the resignation of Attorney General Porras is achieved.
On Sept. 1, President-elect Arevalo accused Attorney General Porras of attempting a coup to prevent his inauguration in January.
President-elect Arevalo denounced that the Prosecutor's Office is leading an attempted coup to prevent him from taking office in 2024.
A regime of corruption and impunity is accelerating a process towards authoritarianism, SEED party secretary said.
Bernardo Arevalo also called for the resignation of Attorney General Porras, whom he accused of carrying out a coup against him.
Bernardo Arevalo called on the Prosecutor's Office to stop "the judicialization against the elected authorities."
On January 14, 2024, he will become the first progressive ruler in the history of this Central American country.