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U.S. adds top Guatemalan, Salvadoran justice officials to corruption list By Reuters


MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – The United States has put Guatemala’s attorney general and five Salvadoran Supreme Court magistrates on a list created to call out “undemocratic and corrupt” actors, a sign of the Biden government’s frustration with authorities in Central America.

U.S. Secretary Antony Blinken made the announcement via Twitter (NYSE :). He also stated that a top aide to AttorneyGeneral Consuelo Perras was included on the list.

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