VIDEO: What's Next After Guatemala President Jailed

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Image: A protester holds a sign during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina in Guatemala City
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration demanding the resignation of Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina in Guatemala City, June 13, 2015. Guatemala's Supreme Court on Wednesday said Congress would decide whether to strip President Otto Perez of his immunity from prosecution to face investigation over corruption scandals that have battered his government. The sign reads; "President: We do not want you" and headband; "No more corruption". REUTERS/Josue DecaveleSTRINGER/GUATEMALA / Reuters

After lengthy protests and a historic vote in Congress, Guatemala's president Otto Pérez Molina - who stepped down - was jailed following charges of corruption.

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Adriana Beltrán, of the Washington Office of Latin America, talks to MSNBC host José Díaz-Balart about the events in Guatemala.

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