Articulo de la BBC sobre Guatemala y la impunidad que aun impera.
This near-total absence of justice can be seen largely as a hangover from Guatemala’s long civil war that ended only 12 years ago.
…”Reform of the institutions is not our mandate because we have neither the personal resources nor the time,” he says. “What we can do is create small units inside the bodies to be the beginning of change.
He says some of those who should be investigated are already too close to government.
“This government has remilitarised many of the civilian structures that should remain civilian… and they have chosen military people with questionable records in terms of corruption or connections to organised crime,” he says.
“We’re now living a process of remilitarisation which will make CICIG’s job more difficult.”