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Saturday, January 28, 2023

In El Salvador they support the policy against gangs

Opened online by the newspaper La Prensa Gráfica, nothing related to the government of President Nayib Bukele, the sample also found that 53 percent believed they should seek other alternatives to the siege, that municipality Following the arrest of nearly 200 gang members in the capital, part of the metropolitan area of ​​San Salvador.

In the consultation, which was attended by 1,574 people as of last night, barely 4 percent were indifferent to the measure that many residents of the municipality’s neighborhood believe will bring them some peace and quiet during year-end festivities .

Last night the Minister of Defense, Rear Admiral René Francis Merino, joined patrols in the Brisas del Sur 1 and 2 neighborhoods of Soyapango, in the city of Credissa, where phase V of the general security plan prepared by the authorities to confront the groups was implemented is done. criminals.

According to several residents’ statements, in the city center, military personnel maintain a vehicle control point to prevent the entry or escape of suspected terrorists which, although it causes inconvenience, has been accepted by residents so far.

Similarly, residents expressed their recognition of the work of the uniformed officers, especially since gangs can no longer rob residents and businesses.

During his patrol mission, Marino assures that the objective of implementing the security fence in the populated Soyapango has been achieved by capturing important gang figures.

According to the authorities, Soypango has a large part of the population, both on their own and fliers who come to work in various factories and businesses, for which the presence of the army and the police must be well maintained so that honest people can lead their normal lives. Can continue ,

While the country’s attention remains focused on the siege, the offensive against criminal gangs (Maras) continues in other regions.

The day before, members of the National Civil Police located a consignment of drugs and firearms in half-buried barrels in a sector of the department of San Miguel, as confirmed by Security Minister Gustavo Villatoro.

The owner said that 27 kg of marijuana, two AK 47 rifles, a shotgun, a pistol, a large quantity of ammunition and two bulletproof vests, all belonging to the MS13 gang, were seized.

Although there is no information on how long the siege in Soyapango will last, officials confirm that they will not end until the last gang member is put behind bars.

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