Welcome back to another week of Central American news.
Here’s our team’s round-up of the news:
Mexican authorities are blocking migrants from crossing the U.S. border. Honduran land defenders are reeling from violence and incarcerations and CICIG has been removed from one of Guatemala’s corruption investigations.
In Nicaragua, the dialogue between President Ortega and the opposition has started in a tense atmosphere as Ortega does not want international witnesses. Salvadorans marched against the femicide of Fernanda Nájera while one of the country’s magistrates may stand trial for alleged sexual abuse of a minor.
Panama will ask UNESCO to recognize the textile made by Panamanian Guna people. Costa Rica launched a plan to decarbonize the country while Belize urged the EU to support Central America in dealing with climate change.
Thank you for reading and see you next week.