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A conservative law and order hardliner promising to reinstate the death penalty and deploy soldiers on to the streets has been elected the new president of Guatemala. Shortly before his victory, Giammattei said he wanted to change a controversial migration deal signed with the US by his predecessor, Jimmy Morales. More than , Guatemalans, mainly unaccompanied children and families, have been apprehended at the US border since October — compared with , in the previous 12 months.
Giammattei says he will stop the exodus by prioritising anti-corruption, employment and security. Instead, they would be deported to Guatemala which has been deemed a safe place to seek refugee. In , the homicide rate in Guatemala was Guatemala is the most dangerous country in the world for environment and land defenders, with at least 16 killed in — up from three in — most of them indigenous Mayans, according to research by the UK anti-graft NGO Global Witness.
Details of the agreement remain murky, and currently face judicial and congressional obstacles in the US and Guatemala. Trump will keep insisting, so Giammattei and his transition team must get involved now. During his campaign, Giammattei — who was charged, jailed and then cleared over numerous extrajudicial killings during his time as director of prisons — pledged to fight corruption. Yet Giammattei is backed by the same powerful network of elites who helped Morales orchestrate the demise of the UN-backed International Commission against Impunity Cicig.
Morales, who was elected in on an anti-corruption platform, defied court orders and public opinion to oust the international crime fighting force after corruption investigations targeted him, his family and his political backers. Americas Trump administration US immigration news.