Claudia Paz y Paz, appointed the attorney general in December 2010, who won the first convictions against officers accused in some of the worst massacres, sits in her office in February 2013 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. She has now been replaced by a new attorney general who is closely aligned with Guatemala's former dictator.
Claudia Paz y Paz, appointed the attorney general in December 2010, who won the first convictions against officers accused in some of the worst massacres, sits in her office in February 2013 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. She has now been replaced by a new attorney general who is closely aligned with Guatemala's former dictator. NYT
Claudia Paz y Paz, appointed the attorney general in December 2010, who won the first convictions against officers accused in some of the worst massacres, sits in her office in February 2013 in Guatemala City, Guatemala. She has now been replaced by a new attorney general who is closely aligned with Guatemala's former dictator. NYT

As Guatemala replaces attorney general, some see setback to rule of law

May 28, 2014 9:05 PM

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