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JimmyAs reported, Guatemala is moving full speed with its referendum and as part of its campaign, President Jimmy Morales and other senior Government officials have been on a tour of communities, spreading the message that a yes to ICJ vote is the way to go. Morales has also been on a media tour, providing interviews and discussions on the issue. One interview done just last night, however, seems to have rubbed Morales the wrong way.

 


Morales appeared on televisiva de Tv Azteca Guatemala and when he was asked about what actions would be taken to encourage Belizeans to participate in the agreed process of referendums, the Guatemalan President seemed peeved by the question, accusing the host of interrupting his responses. President Morales eventually ended the interview and left the set.


Jimmy Morales – President of Guatemala

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h6qxAyYn9Us

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