Feb 252013
 February 25, 2013

The government of Guatemala has promised to tackle the high murder rate of a country living under the threat of gangs, organised crime and drug traffickers. Some have expressed fears that it could become a narco-state, with state institutions that are weak or corrupted by criminal activity. When President Otto Perez Molina took office just over a year ago he said the war on drugs has failed and that it is time to consider decriminalizing them. HARDtalk speaks to the newly appointed Foreign Minister of Guatemala, Fernando Carrera.

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  • Choom Gang

    This brit chick is thick headed. Talking to children can get tedious.