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US lacks moral authority to criticize corruption in Guatemala when pardoning sheriff signals Trump will pardon corrupt cronies too

“Mr. Velásquez is a critical voice calling out corruption and upholding the rule of law,” the United States ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki R. Haley, said on Monday. “He has the full support of the United States and the international community.” Setting off a showdown in court and people marching in the streets, the president of Guatemala ordered Iván Velásquez, the head of a UN anticorruption panel, expelled after the panel began moving against him. New York Times.

Seeking Justice for Guatemalan People against the US . . .