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Guatemala enters a new era after the victory of a conservative former prison official with no previous governing experience. His challenges include deep corruption, poverty, violence and migration.

Guatemala’s President-Elect Will Inherit Strained Relationship With U.S.

By Carrie Kahn NPR
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