Alejandro Giammattei

The Guatemalan government complains about the U.S. deporting sick Guatemalans back to their own country. But the same Guatemalan government is sending out more guest workers who might catch coronavirus. And the U.S. is helping. Why? Well, there is a reason. As they say, follow the money. To read the entire article, click here. Article […]

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One result of the coronavirus crisis is that we’ve gotten better control of our border, and our border is not the only one being tightened. Items:1. Expulsion of 10,000 in less than three weeks. 2. Central Americans sent back to Central America3. Guatemalan President Criticizes Mexico4. Deportees Hijack Mexican Bus in Guatemala5. Coronavirus Spreading Among […]

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This installment of Said in Spanish deals with the Deal with Mexico and the Mexico-Guatemala border: 1. The Deal 2. Disappearance of “the Devil’s Caravan” 3. Merchants vs. Caravans 4. Guatemalan President Giammattei Speaks to Mexican Senate 5. Porfirio Munoz LedoTo read the entire article, click here. Article by Allan Wall, published February 13th, 2020, […]

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Congratulations to Alejandro Giammattei, who won the Guatemalan Presidential Election on August 11th. President-Elect Giammattei, like many Guatemalans, do not like the current state of a migration deal the Trump administration made with Guatemala (which hasn’t yet been approved by the Guatemalan President). So Giammattei would like to change the deal. President-Elect Giammattei is not […]

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