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Guatemala safe third country agreement is pretty much dead

WorldNews Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Guatemala safe third country agreement is pretty much deadRoughly one month ago, the White House announced that we were closing in on a safe third country agreement with Guatemala, scoring what was perceived as a major win on immigration for President Trump. At the time, we noted that there were several serious flaws in the plan which might prevent it from coming to fruition. One was the fact that the deal was being cut with a lame-duck president who was on his way out (Jimmy Morales) and we didn’t know who the next leader would be or what...
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News video: Guatemala's next leader wants to change Trump deal

Guatemala's next leader wants to change Trump deal 01:38

Alejandro Giammattei has just been elected Guatemala's new president, but he is already talking about changing a controversial migration deal the Central American country signed with the Trump administration last month. Ryan Brooks reports.

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