2019 in Guatemala
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The following lists events in the year 2019 in Guatemala.
- 28 March – At least 18 killed when a truck crashes into a crowd along the Pan-American Highway in Nahualá, Solola
- 16 June – Scheduled date for the 2019 Guatemalan general election
- 11 August – Alejandro Giammattei wins the second round of the presidential elections with 58% of the vote, defeating Sandra Torres, wife of the current president.
- 10 January – Juan Francisco Reyes, politician, Vice President (b. 1938).
- 28 January – Humberto Ak'ab'al, poet (b. 1952).
- 13 April – Rodolfo Francisco Bobadilla Mata, Roman Catholic prelate, Bishop of Huehuetenango (b. 1932).
- 14 May – Wilmer Josue Ramirez Vasquez, 2, Guatemalan refugee who died while in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement in El Paso, Texas; multiple intestinal and respiratory infectious diseases
- 25 September – Michael Coe, 90, American archaeologist and anthropologist who worked in Guatemala and Mexico (b. 1929)
- 1 November – Rina Lazo, 93, muralist (Fertile Earth), painter, and activist in Guatemala (Order of the Quetzal, 2004) and Mexico (b. Guatemala City, 1923)
|Wikinews has related news:|
- Guatemala crash: At least 18 killed after truck ploughs into group of people The Independent (London), 28 March 2020
- "Right-Wing Candidate Alejandro Giammattei Wins Guatemala Presidency", Democracy Now.org, August 12, 2019, retrieved August 12, 2019
- "Muere el exvicepresidente Juan Francisco Reyes López". prensalibre.com (in Spanish). Retrieved 11 January 2019.
- Fallece el poeta k’iché Humberto Ak’abal (in Spanish)
- Bishop Rodolfo Francisco Bobadilla Mata
- Guatemalan toddler who died after US border detention in ‘inhumane conditions’ had multiple diseases The Independent (London), 14 May 2019
- Michael Coe: Archaeologist who shone a light on the Maya civilisation By Harrison Smith, The Independent (London), 16 Oct 2019
- Rina Lazo: Guatemalan muralist who was emboldened by a revolutionary spirit The Independent (London), 23 Nov 2019
- Media related to 2019 in Guatemala at Wikimedia Commons