Silva Ávalos is accused of receiving money to establish the Revista Factum magazine from businessman Rodolfo “Fito” Salume Artiñano. Despite having an open file for the crime, the case has not been prosecuted, and it is alleged that this is due to the influence of the Cáceres brothers. Seguir leyendo The Salvadoran Attorney General’s Office investigates Héctor Silva Ávalos for money laundering and ties with former President Funes.
The event begins today and ends on Sunday at El Tamarindo beach, in the municipality of Conchagua, in La Unión. Seguir leyendo El Tamarindo Beach will receive the first skydiving championship
President Bukele pointed out that these organizations do not seek to eradicate the problem of violence in the region, which is why they criticize effective measures such as those taken during his administration in El Salvador. Seguir leyendo Some international organizations push for the continuation of bloodbaths and violence in Latin America. El Salvador is exposing them
The Development Bank of Latin America recognized the work of the government to reduce the impacts of the natural phenomenon and provided support to the victims. Seguir leyendo CAF provides $250,000 in humanitarian aid to El Salvador in response to Hurricane Julia
The lawyer Giancarlo de la Gasca, legal representative of the Minister of the Interior, Juan Carlos Bidegain, presented, this Thursday, a complaint before the Association of Journalists of El Salvador (APES) against Factum Magazine and the journalist Loida Martínez Avelar for violating the Code of Ethics for Journalism.
In addition, the lawyer denounces that Factum falsely published that the minister was wanted by the International Police. He clarified that the head of the Interior was exonerated by a judge of all the accusations against him. Seguir leyendo The Minister of the Interior denounced Factum Magazine for publishing false information against him
Former FMLN deputy Carlos Ruíz admits that former president Mauricio Funes, the Organization of American States (OAS), and sectors of the Catholic Church negotiated with gangs.
The truce between gangs was not only “Funes’ problem, Monsignor Fabio Colindres was here, and, in addition, there were international organizations, such as the OAS,” the legislator pointed out, in the TVX interview space. Seguir leyendo Former FMLN Congressman Carlos Ruíz admits that former President Funes and the Organization of American States negotiated with gangs
The deputy of the ARENA party, Margarita Escobar, reappeared on the political spectrum this afternoon through a letter asking the Board of Directors of the Legislative Assembly to exonerate her from the position of legislator until the end of the 2021-2024 legislature, citing issues of health. Seguir leyendo The ARENA deputy, Margarita Escobar, reappears to request an exemption from her position until April 30, 2024
The previous legislatures took public funds to inject them into their political parties and NGO fronts. Everything was led by members of ARENA and the FMLN.
Raúl Castillo and Jorge Castro, deputies of Nuevas Ideas, affirmed that the internal audit carried out by the Legislative Assembly of previous legislatures confirms that between ARENA and the FMLN there was a merger of interests and powers to take public funds and transfer them to their parties. Politicians, companies, and NGO fronts. Seguir leyendo The FMLN and ARENA alliance transferred public funds to their political parties and NGOs
The congressman for Nuevas Ideas, José Urbina, stated that in the absence of a regulatory framework for organ donation and transplantation, previous legislatures facilitated organ trafficking, an illegal practice that put the lives of Salvadorans at risk.
“For the creation and approval of new laws, past legislatures received people who had a business or economic interest in the commissions” — he said. Seguir leyendo “Previous legislatures facilitated organ trafficking” — José Urbina, referring to the time when the FMLN and ARENA ran the Salvadoran congress
Yanci Urbina, former president of the Consumer Protection Office in the governments of Mauricio Funes and Salvador Sánchez Cerén, was summoned this Thursday by a special commission of the Legislative Assembly that investigates the payment of illegal bonuses. Seguir leyendo Yanci Urbina, a former FMLN deputy, has been summoned by the Commission in charge of investigating illegal bonuses at the Salvadoran Congress