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Confronting Corruption and Impunity in Central America: Examining the CICIG and other Models for the Region

While corruption and impunity have long been major challenges faced by Central American nations, only recently is there evidence that steps can be taken to turn the tide.  The UN-affiliated CICIG in Guatemala contributed to a corruption investigation that lead the President and Vice President to resign, loose their impunity, and face prosecution.  Meanwhile, Honduras and El Salvador are developing their own more limited mechanisms to combat corruption.
 



 Confronting Corruption and Impunity in Central America: Examining the CICIG and other Models for the Region

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