Guatemala | Protesters set fire to a congress building in Guatemala

The protesters are demanding the resignation of President Alejandro Giammattei. The background is dissatisfaction with the government’s new budget proposal and the country’s corona measures.

Sadat protesters set fire to the congress building late Saturday in local time in Central American Guatemala.

The incident in the country’s capital injured nearly 50 people, and police arrested nearly 20 people. A second, more peaceful demonstration was also held in the capital, shouting anti-corruption sentences, among other things.

Demonstrators demanding the resignation of President Alejandro Giammatte set fire to the congress building in Guatemala City on Saturday.­

Protesters demand the president Alejandro Giammattein difference. The background is dissatisfaction with the government’s new budget proposal and the country’s corona measures.

The government’s new budget proposal directs a lot of money to various infrastructure projects that have been deemed to benefit large companies. This has provoked outrage in a country suffering from widespread poverty and child malnutrition.

Demonstration against President Alejandro Giammatte in the city of Guatemala on Saturday.­

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