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Guatemalan President-elect Arévalo discusses effort to keep him from taking office

Guatemala is Central America’s largest country and is critical to U.S. efforts to control regional migration. In August, the country elected an anti-corruption activist who vows to take on elites that have weakened the judiciary and persecuted Guatemalan journalists and activists. Nick Schifrin spoke with president-elect Bernardo Arévalo in his first English language interview since the election.

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