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Indigenous Jurisdiction in Guatemala


The deserted city of Sololá, all shops and market stalls empty and shut due to the nationwide protests. Anna Watts/Comvite
The deserted city of Sololá, all shops and market stalls empty and shut due to the nationwide protests. Anna Watts/Comvite

On February 21st and 22nd, wide-scale mobilisations of indigenous communities brought Guatemala’s busy transport network to an abrupt halt. The peaceful demonstrations demanded the approval of a constitutional reform that would legally recognize indigenous justice as part of the country’s judicial system.

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