A TV comic and a former first lady are facing off for Guatemala's presidency on Sunday, and the winner will face a tide of public anger at politicians that has already driven the last elected president and vice president from office in disgrace.
The country will have either its first female president or its first political neophyte in the office. But whichever it is, the victor will have to respond quickly to demands for deep reform, said Alejandro Maldonado, who took over after Otto Perez Molina swapped the presidential palace for a prison cell on Sept. 3.
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