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Guatemala faces challenge of 'structural corruption'

Wednesday, June 8, 2016


The head of an internationally supported anti-corruption body says Guatemala is facing a problem of "structural corruption", suggesting that allegations of widespread graft in the country's previous presidential administration are anything but isolated incidents.

Iván Velásquez, head of the United Nations-backed International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, made the comments in a June 6 interview with the radio program "A Primera Hora."


Source: InSight Crime