Alejandro Giammattei reiterated that “on January 14, 2024, as mandated by our Letter to Magna, I will hand over the presidential sash to the president-elect for a new four-year cycle.”
The elected president of Guatemala, Bernardo Arévalo, reinstituted the transition process with the current president Alejandro Giammatei, in a context where the Semilla Movement is being investigated.
For his part, President Alejandro Giammattei reported this September 27 that the transition of command with the Government of Bernardo Arévalo will be resumed with the methodology proposed by the new president.
“We will resume the Transition process with the methodology proposed by the president-elect, limited to sectoral meetings. We will report in official media with transparency,” said Alejandro Giammattei.
Likewise, Giammattei reiterated that “on January 14, 2024, as mandated by our Magna Carta, I will deliver the presidential sash to the president-elect for a new four-year cycle.”
On the other hand, Guatemalans mobilized on September 19, in various parts of the country, to demand the resignation of Attorney General Consuelo Porras, prosecutors Rafael Curruchiche and Cinthia Monterroso, and Judge Fredy Orellan in the face of a coup d’état after the electoral results, a reason that had been denounced by Semilla and Bernardo Arévalo, who had decided to stop the transition process after the actions of the Public Ministry.
On September 21, the elected president Bernardo Arévalo stated that “the transition team of the elected duo trusts that, as long as the tension generated between the administrative formality and the political viability of the process is resolved through the legal actions filed, it will be resolved. can move forward with the exchange of necessary administrative information.”
Source : TELESURTV