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OAS condemns the “state coup intent” in Guatemala

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The political landscape Guatemala he took a polemical turn after his recent electoral victory Bernardo Arévalo de León. The country’s tax authorities, led by fiscal general Consuelo Porras, have launched a new case against the elected president, questioning the legitimacy of his victory in past elections.

The General Secretariat of the Organization of American States (OEA) he condemned this as “the intent of a coup de State by the Ministerio Público de Guatemala”. Por otra instancia el Tribunal Supremo Electoral de Guatemala, has guaranteed the victoria de Arévalo de León, affirming that the comedians are legitimate and certified.

Bernardo Arévalo de León, president elect of Guatemala reunited with the secretary general of the OAS, Luis Almagro. Photo: X / @BArevalodeLeon

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The Fiscalía has declared that the elections held by Arévalo de León are invalid, citing administrative irregularities of the Tribunal Supremo Electoral. The tax Leonor Morales It should be noted that electoral acts used in comics are null and void and were not initially authorized by the Tribunal.

They also reported to the elected president of using false signatures on his registration in 2018, as well as to receive undeclared financial contributions and an alleged case of money laundering 44 million dollars.

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