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By Iker Ugalde y Richard Brown – Correspondents for EntreMundos The debate over whether the Marlin mine is contaminating the..
By Patricia Macías – EntreMundos Correspondent José ‘Pepe’ Mujica, former president of Uruguay and current senator, visited Guatemala on August..
EntreMundos Analysis. September, 2015 The July, 2015 report “Political Finance in Guatemala” published by the International Commission Against Impunity in..
Commentary by the Central American Institute for Fiscal Studies (ICEFI). September, 2015 Corruption in Guatemala limits what the government..
By Richard Brown and Patricia Macías – EntreMundos correspondents. September, 2015 The electricity distributor Energuate (Doecsa-Deorsa) and its majority shareholder,..
By Patricia Macías – EntreMundos Correspondent Guatemala’s indignation and protests are not limited to the capital. In Xela, people are protesting..
EntreMundos Analysis – September, 2015 In the city of Ipala, in Chiquimula, there was only one candidate for mayor running..
By Ana Cofiño, Editor of the Antigua-based feminist magazine La Cuerda Members of women’s movements speak of our bodies as territories..