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Guatemala Borders Open September 2020 REFORM THE NINTH PRESIDENTIAL PROVISION The NINTH Presidential Provision is reformed: “ON NATIONAL SECURITY AND FREEDOM OF LOCOMOTION IN RELATION TO ENTRY AND DEPARTURE AT THE BORDERS OF THE REPUBLIC OF GUATEMALA” which reads as follows:
“Regarding the national security and the entry and exit of persons from the Republic of Guatemala, the OPENING OF THE AIR, LAND AND MARITIME BORDERS throughout the national territory is determined, with the following obligations and conditions:
1. Any person who enters or leaves the territory of The Republic must abide by and comply with the provisions issued by the Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance and the health protocols of each entity responsible for immigration, security and administrative procedures at the border, port, or airport.
2. The higher authority and/or the superior administrative authority of each public entity that contemplates the entry and exit of people from the national territory are responsible for the issuance, authorization, disclosure, and application of the corresponding sanitary protocols.
3. The pilots and all the transportation crew must comply with the sanitary provisions issued by the Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance and the border entity, port, or airport to arrive, depart or stay in the Republic of Guatemala.
People who fail to comply with Willful or negligent presidential immigration dispositions will be criminally and civilly liable for the consequences that may derive from contagion to third parties, as well as the corresponding administrative and punitive sanctions.
“FOURTH: COMMUNICATION TO THE POPULATION, STATE, AND PRIVATE ENTITIES AND COMMUNITIES.
During the colonial era, Guatemala received immigrants (settlers) only from Spain. Subsequently, Guatemala received waves of immigration from Europe in the mid 19th century and early 20th century.