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The state department document which is cited as a reference for adherence statistics is at odds with the numbers cited in the text. In particular it does not include the 3% Orthodox number, which by my calculation has been back-figured from the claim of 520K converts. As far as I am aware this is a church-reported number and is thus not comparable with other estimates. The LDS numbers are similarly problematic. I'm dubious about the reports of conversions anyway given the lack of sources. Mangoe (talk) 15:49, 12 October 2011 (UTC)
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The country info box makes reference to a 2007 census. The last Guatemalan census was conducted in 2002 and the next one is scheduled for 2013 as you can see from this article (in Spanish). This needs to be fixed. (Rindolphus (talk) 09:09, 13 May 2012 (UTC))
Citation of Decreto 19-2003 on national languages
The article says:
According to Decreto Número 19-2003, twenty-three dialects are unrecognized as National Languages.
First, 'unrecognized' should probably be 'recognized'. Second, the text referenced never mentions a number of "dialects" (or the word "dialect", for that matter; it talks about "Mayan languages", which indeed I believe is linguistically more correct); rather, it delegates technical decisions on the matter to the Academy of Mayan Languages of Guatemala. 184.108.40.206 (talk) 01:17, 25 May 2012 (UTC)