Guatemala's next president says recent migration deal with U.S. a non-starter

Guatemala president-elect Alejandro Giammattei says that his country isn't able to hold up its side of an immigration agreement with the United States as it is currently written.

Giammattei told Mexico's Televisa network Tuesday he'd analyze the agreement, which would require asylum seekers from other countries transiting Guatemala to seek asylum there first, including from Central American neighbours Honduras and El Salvador.

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