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Corruption, inequality remain key issues in Central America’s latest election cycle

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Panama’s economy will grow by 7 percent this year, but because of glaring inequality, most Panamanians will never see that prosperity. In Guatemala, corruption is rampant among the “klepto-dictatorship” that runs the country, and in El Salvador, gross domestic product stagnates as politicians stuff their pockets with money from violent gangs.

Costa Rica is Central America’s most honest country, says latest TI corruption index

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Ticos like to complain about bribery, tax evasion, kickbacks and other dirty deeds, but business executives and foreign investors still perceive Costa Rica as the least tainted country in Central America.

State Department official: Real improvement in regional security requires ‘new approach’

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States has a moral and historic responsibility to help reduce violence in Central America, but the region’s governments must do their part too, a top State Department official said last Thursday during a conference on the Central America Regional Security Initiative (CARSI).

After 7 months on the run, El Salvador’s ex-President Flores turns himself in

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – In a surprise move on Friday, El Salvador's former President Francisco Flores turned himself in to authorities in San Salvador to face charges of misappropriating $15 million in donations from the government of Taiwan while he was president.

Arrest warrant issued for Salvadoran ex-President Flores

SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador – A Salvadoran judge issued an arrest warrant Tuesday for former President Francisco Flores, who may have fled the country after being accused of misappropriating millions of dollars donated by Taiwan.

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