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In Guatemala, the suspension of a leading presidential candidate has sparked concerns

Presidential candidate Carlos Pineda, of the Prosperidad Ciudadana party, arrives to the Constitutional Court in Guatemala City, Saturday, May 20, 2023. Pineda seeks to reverse a court decision that has excluded him from the electoral process.
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Presidential candidate Carlos Pineda, of the Prosperidad Ciudadana party, arrives to the Constitutional Court in Guatemala City, Saturday, May 20, 2023. Pineda seeks to reverse a court decision that has excluded him from the electoral process.

A court in Guatemala has provisionally suspended businessman Carlos Pineda, who is one of the leading contenders for the country's top job in elections due to held next month.

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Ayesha Rascoe is a White House correspondent for NPR. She is currently covering her third presidential administration. Rascoe's White House coverage has included a number of high profile foreign trips, including President Trump's 2019 summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, and President Obama's final NATO summit in Warsaw, Poland in 2016. As a part of the White House team, she's also a regular on the NPR Politics Podcast.
Eyder Peralta is NPR's East Africa correspondent based in Nairobi, Kenya.

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