GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – Jimmy Morales, Guatemalan President, was outgoing protesters late Tuesday, spending eggs on him and his Vice President trying to build a new job that exempts immunity. from prosecution, immediately after leaving office.
Protesters convinced "Murderer" Morales police data to awaken and let out he had a high fireworks while trying to reach a hotel which is a temporary headquarters in the Central American regional parliament, told Reuters witness.
A minute later he was stuck by a plastic object and the eggs.
Members and former Vice President Jafeth Cabrera were on their way to being sworn as new members of the regional parliament when protesters blocked their entry to the hotel.
Until they take their oath in the new roles, they are exposed to the possibility of arrest.
Morales were exempt from prosecution and president. It has previously been investigated for allegations of breaches of campaign finance.
(Reporting by Sofia Menchu; Editing by David Alire Garcia and Clarence Fernandez)