GUATEMALA'S NEXT PRESIDENT SAYS 'SAFE THIRD COUNTRY' DEAL NEEDS TWO CONGRESS RATIFICATIONS

Guatemala's incoming president Alejandro Giammattei said on Monday that the 'safe third country' concept regulating where migrants can apply for asylum must be ratified by the congresses of both countries who agree to the deal.

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