The Year Latin Americans Got Angry About Corruption
Latin Americans took to the streets during 2015 to protest against a flurry of staggering corruption scandals across the region. But while they won some battles, it is still far from clear if they can win the war.
A Comedian is Probably Going to Become Guatemala's Next President
Candidate Jimmy Morales is a former TV comedian with little political experience and a manifesto that runs just six pages, but polls show he'll likely win the election as the country recovers from recent corruption scandal.
Guatemalan President Resigns in Wake of Massive Corruption Scandal
Perez Molina's resignation is the culmination of a year-long investigation into a major tax fraud operation that is estimated to have stolen $120 million from the country.
Guatemalans Celebrate as President Faces Possible Corruption and War Crimes Charges
After a unanimous vote to strip President Otto Pérez Molina of his immunity from prosecution, Guatemalans are celebrating but wary of the country’s history of impunity.
Guatemala’s President Could Face Corruption Charges After Congress Strips Him of Immunity
Guatemalan lawmakers voted unanimously to strip President Otto Perez Molina of his immunity from prosecution, clearing the way for charges in connection with a corruption scandal.