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Thursday, March 23, 2023

Anxious week in El Salvador

During the week, the migrant issue had a prominent role in the Salvadoran media, which highlighted a request from the local foreign ministry to the United States government to find a fair and forward-looking solution on the Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which protects that Thousands of immigrants in the country.

After criticism from various regions for delaying the announcement of a post, local authorities declared themselves in favor of a permanent solution for thousands of families.

Currently, the TPS situation is known as Ramos vs. Ramos. The mayorcass is transmitted to the Court of Appeals of the Ninth Circuit of the United States which will decide its validity or its annulment. The regulation provides for work permits for citizens of six countries since February 2001 and its repeal would be a serious blow to its beneficiaries,

On the other hand, during the week, demands from relatives and social circles intensified so that the alleged perpetrators of the many massacres that took place in the country over the last century could be brought to military trial, and truth and justice come to the fore.

In the 1980s four journalists from the Netherlands and the crimes of the El Mozote massacre, where close to a thousand people were killed, most of them children, monopolized important positions in the country’s political and social media.

Also during the week, the civil society sectors’ movement sparked action in rejection of President Nayib Bukele’s plans to stand for re-election in places of monopoly in the country.

The movement has already reached popular bases, something that appears to have grown over time that lasts until the February 2024 elections.

The groups opposing Bukele’s decision, the Alianza El Salvador en Paz and the Block de Resistencia y Rebeldia Popular (BRP), reported that they were using their actions to show dissatisfaction against the president’s announcement to demand immediate re-election in the elections. Will increase

Another issue that plays a major role in the lives of the people of Salvador is the confrontation against mars or gangs. About 57,000 of its members or alleged associates were imprisoned, according to official figures from the National Civil Police, and there has been a declining trend in killings by these groups.

Whereas analysts express criteria in favor and against maintaining the status of an exception.

According to expert Tahanya Pastor, the extraordinary regime is an effective constitutional measure to combat mares and gangs, the norm the government promotes to maintain its legitimacy.


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