El Salvador scored 8.33 from the Economist Intelligence Unit on the electoral process and its political pluralism index.

The Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) announced yesterday that the country received a rating of 8.33 in the indicator “electoral process and pluralism” incorporated into the “2022 Democracy Index” prepared by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

The body recognized for its international prestige reflected that El Salvador maintains healthy levels of democracy in the electoral processes and awarded a higher score than the one provided by the AmericasBarometer regarding the level of confidence in the 2021 elections, which was 66%, which represents evidence that decisions are made in the country based on democratic principles.

“This time we salute having a high rating, from a prestigious instance and we are working to raise the quality, in each electoral event,” the TSE indicated on its social networks.

Recently, the United States ambassador to the Organization of American States (OAS), Francisco Mora, recalled that the government of President Nayib Bukele was democratically elected and recognized that “in El Salvador there has been no interruption in the constitutional order.” , denying with his words the assertions made by the media and opposition figures who try to confuse the population with a supposed setback in democracy.