Changing Customs

September 2015
Newsweek Global;9/18/2015, Vol. 165 Issue 10, p10
An image of Guatemala president Otto Pérez being interviewed by press people after his resignation from the presidency on September 3, 2015 due to customs fraud charges amounting to millions of dollars is presented.


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