9 Agency : Registro nacional de las personas -renap-, Calzada roosevelt 13-46, zona 7 antiguo edificio korea center guatemala, ciudad Tel: 24161900 EXT 1874 - 1871 Email: compras@renap.
What does RENAP stand for?
RENAP stands for Registro Nacional de las Personas (National Civil Registry, Guatemala)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The Registro Nacional de las Personas (RENAP), set up in 2007 to produce the new DPI, has been plagued with corruption and is currently under investigation by the attorney general's office (Ministerio Publico, MP), after former RENAP director Enrique Cossich alerted the authorities about the possible forgery of ID cards (NotiCen, 2010-07-21) Delays in production of the DPI have also meant that it is likely that the government's original target of replacing the cedula by the end of this year, in time for the 2011 elections, will not be met.
The Registro Nacional de las Personas (RENAP) was created in 2007 with the aim of producing a new form of ID card using the latest biometric technology that would replace the "cédula de vecindad," a small booklet containing a citizen's photograph, fingerprint, and personal information, which can be easily forged and purchased on the black market for up to 8,000 quetzales (US$1003).