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By Reuters

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GUATEMALA CITY, GUATEMALA (OCTOBER 12, 2019) (REUTERS) PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO GIAMMATTEI ARRIVING FOR NEWS CONFERENCE MEDIA AT NEWS CONFERENCE GIAMMATTEI AT NEWS CONFERENCE OFFICIAL AT NEWS CONFERENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO GIAMMATTEI, SAYING: "That is how dictators act. I have been treated in that way (after being denied entry into Venezuela), and also wanting us to seek permission from a man that we don't recognise as the president of Venezuela. I recognize, president Juan Guaido as Venezuelan president." OFFICIAL FROM GOVERNMENT (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO GIAMMATTEI, SAYING: "For president Guaido to call free and democratic elections that re-establish democracy in Venezuela, and to stabilise a region which is unstable. Venezuela has sparked tensions in Colombia by protecting the FARC. In Ecuador he is paying for its destabilisation. There is destabilisation in Nicaragua." OFFICIAL AT NEWS CONFERENCE MEDIA AT NEWS CONFERENCE (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) PRESIDENT-ELECT ALEJANDRO GIAMMATTEI, SAYING: "Because 80% of drugs shipments that come through Guatemala and a large part of Central America come from Venezuela, via air and from its ports. That's 80% of shipments that come through Central America. It's a little higher than what goes through the Caribbean, a little higher than what goes to Europe. A totalitarian state that violates the human rights of people. " GIAMMATTEI LEAVING NEWS CONFERENCE
Dateline: 2019

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118771104
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Editorial
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00:02:10
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Guatemala City, Guatemala, Guatemala
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