December 1, 2021

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The march against the policies of Naib Boukel began in El Salvador

San Salvador, El Salvador, holds an identity of an opponent who wrote “No more debt” on October 17, 2021 during the new struggle against President Naib Phuel. (AB Photo / Salvador Melandus)

Hundreds of Salvadorans took to the streets of the Salvadoran capital on Sunday in a new protest against the government of President Naib Boukel. And reject what they consider to be an insult to the separation of powers in the Central American nation.

This is the second fight against the Buckell administration, Took office on June 1, 2019 for a five-year term. The march was attended by feminist groups, university students, environmental activists, trade unions, human rights defenders, war veterans, LGDPI activists, leaders of civil society organizations and members of opposition political parties.

Various groups gathered in the park Cascatlon, They marched carrying two posters in which they rejected Bukel and his economic policies, including the implementation of Bitcoin as a legal treaty.

“Bukele is destroying democracy in our country, he is pushing the people of Salvador into poverty … we are marching against anti-people activities.” Of the government, he said Eugenio womenElected Vice President of the Farabundo Marty Front (FMLN) Central American Parliament of the Left for National Liberation.

San Salvador, El Salvador, marched through the streets on Sunday, October 17, 2021, against Salvadoran President Naib Boukel and his policies.  (AB Photo / Salvador Melandus)
San Salvador, El Salvador, marched through the streets on Sunday, October 17, 2021, against Salvadoran President Naib Boukel and his policies. (AB Photo / Salvador Melandus)

Some of the protesters shouted “Buckell Dictator”; Others asked what the path was. And they responded “Take the dictator out.”

On your Twitter account, Bukele posted videos in which he observed how some protesters were attacking a person who had insulted them for what they were doing. “I can never understand why protesters hate the people they claim to protect,” the president wrote.

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He denounced that “in the midst of an epidemic, they are carrying elderly people who do not even know the purpose of the march.” Why do they hate our people? It is good that their march failed, maybe they will change and stop treating our most humble people, ”he added.

Bukele tried to make fun of his opponents Prior to his accusations that he was a dictatorial leader, he recently called himself the “best dictator in the world” on his Twitter account. According to a recent poll conducted by Jose Simன்n Kansas University (UCA) and the newspaper La Princa Crabica – Criticizing the government – Fugal still enjoys the support of the majority of Salvadorans.

Protesters demanded the reappointment of Supreme Court judges and on May 1 the Attorney General was dismissed. He said reforms of the constitution promoted by the state should not be approved and re-elections of the president should not be approved, as amendments to the Judicial Labor Act could replace the Supreme Court or remove judges or judges.

Many of the protesters wore white or black shirts “Not for Bitcoin”, They also demanded the repeal of the law that put into effect the use of cryptocurrency.

San Salvador, El Salvador On Sunday, October 17, 2021, a portrait of President Naib Bukele was set on fire by protesters during a protest against the government.  (AP Photo / Salvador Melandus
San Salvador, El Salvador On Sunday, October 17, 2021, a portrait of President Naib Bukele was set on fire by protesters during a protest against the government. (AP Photo / Salvador Melandus

On September 7, El Salvador was the first country to adopt Bitcoin as a legal tender cryptocurrency that could be used in any transaction. With the exception of those without technology, all businesses have to pay in that digital currency.

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No major incidents were reported as motorists caused tension while crossing the march lane In the central square of the capital, a man dressed in military uniforms from President Buckell’s New Ideas party burned tires and toys with N.

Combined units of the police and the armed forces set up checkpoints in various parts of the country And at the entrances to the capital of Salvador, they meticulously searched for buses as security measures.

The National Civil Police said on its Twitter account that “a series of dangerous objects and ammunition were seized from protesters who were reportedly heading towards the capital this morning.”

However, Some Twitter users promised it was a “montage”.

(With AB info)

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