“We follow with respect, interest, and admiration, as brothers in Central America, the electoral process that took place in their homeland this Sunday, February 4, in an atmosphere of peace and tranquility, which the Salvadoran families deserve,” emphasized the message.
In its statement, the Sandinista Executive sent congratulations to the Nuevas Ideas party and other political organizations that participated in the electoral contest.
The text reiterates Nicaragua’s vocation for peace and the future, “creating for our people the conditions of work, security, justice, and life that we deserve.”
He approved the commitment to work together for the development of the community and brotherhood in a shared future, aware of the absolute right to sovereign security.
He added that this security is promoted as a Mesoamerican urgency with the knowledge and experience they have gathered between so many struggles and paths of national and regional dignity and pride.
“Many successes, president, on the roads of victories for the Salvadoran and Central American families,” emphasized the letter that also shared a fragment of the poem “Central American Union” by the Nicaraguan writer Rubén Darío (1867–1916).
Bukele’s victory in Sunday’s election has not yet been confirmed by the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE); however, the Salvadoran leader claimed victory and, in a message to the country, said his people had broken all voting records around the world.
Press reports published by the Interdisciplinary Consultancy in Development SA (CID-Gallup) show that the victory of the president is 87 percent of the votes.