El Salvador’s security strategy could be emulated by other Latin American countries

The security actions implemented by the government of President Nayib Bukele could be emulated in other Latin American countries, said the director of CID Gallup, Luis Haug.

“The actions of the governments must be renewed according to the needs of the population. We make a symbol of a marriage that must be worked on day by day”, said the director of CID Gallup.

The analysis of the director of the CID Gallup gains more strength to the extent that some voices in Latin America have expressed their interest in learning about the strategy implemented by the government of El Salvador in terms of public security.

Yesterday, for example, it transpired that the mayor of Guayaquil, Cynthia Viteri, asked her government to replicate the security actions of El Salvador in Ecuador to stop the escalation of violence in the South American country.

One of the graphs from the polling house shows that the population, at 84%, considers that the crime trend in El Salvador in the last 4 months has decreased, and only 5% affirms that it has increased.

“The people are tough, they are rigid, they demand action from the leaders, and if they see significant changes, they know how to recognize them,” added Haug.