RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Guatemala has set a collision course with Washington over the removal of the most prominent graft-fighting judge from the Central American nation's highest court, despite her having the outspoken support of the Biden administration.
Lawmakers invited Constitutional Court President Gloria Porras to an investiture ceremony in Congress last week after she was re-elected to another five-year term on the bench - only to refuse to swear her in.
They cited a lawsuit related to her past decisions on the court, and alleged irregularities in her election.
The rejection, following displays of U.S . . .