A new roller-coaster ride has began in Guatemala: it is once again election year. Guatemala has election every four years. Normally people in office do very little or the bare minimum the first three years of their period and they do a lot visible in-your-face work the last year of their term. Do they this because they believe the electorate will only remember the last things they do. Horrible system, I know.
I will have more information about the election year in later entries. In the photo above, you see a voters registration campaign booth just outside the Muni, short for Municipalidad which is one of the terms used in Spanish for town/city hall.
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