December 5, 2022

Bukele, dictator or redeemer of El Salvador?

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Nayib Bukele’s war against the gangs in El Salvador has made him a hero for some, but a villain for many others. The relatives of the detainees and the human rights organizations condemn the arrests, the alleged torture and other abuses that are allegedly being committed against the alleged members of the gangs. With controversial methods, in 142 days under a state of exception El Salvador turns 77 days without homicides, and then Bukele, is he a dictator or a redeemer?



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