The Attorney General, Rodolfo Delgado, shared different indications of crimes identified in the governance of former President Mauricio Funes Cartagena. «This is something that characterized his government, from the beginning» — he asserted.
The Public Ministry initiated new investigations into a plane received by the former president, Mauricio Funes. Seguir leyendo Mauricio Funes was given a plane by a company in exchange of contract awards during his governance
The NGO received public resources from 2012 to 2021, and its legal representative is Blanca Flor Bonilla, former deputy of the Salvadoran Congress and Parlacen. She was also the former mayor of Ayutuxtepeque for the FMLN. Seguir leyendo An NGO managed by a former FMLN Congresswoman received $2.2 million from the General State Budget
The political analyst, Dagoberto Gutiérrez, reproached the two FMLN governments, which during their ten years in power did not produce the changes they promised in favor of Salvadorans. «They never proposed an agrarian reform, a fiscal or educational reform, nothing like that,» — said the political analyst, Dagoberto Gutiérrez, of the governments of the FMLN party. The leftist party is questioned for not having promoted … Seguir leyendo «The FMLN never proposed any agrarian, tax, or educational reform»: political analyst, Dagoberto Gutiérrez
After the audits that were carried out within the Salvadoran Congress, deputy Ernesto Castro reported that, in just nine months of 2019, the FMLN and ARENA spent more than $350,000 on rent and painting for temporary offices. Seguir leyendo In less than ten months, ARENA and the FMLN spent more than $350,000 on rent and painting for temporary offices
After obtaining the first results of three financial audits, the president of the Salvadoran Congress, Ernesto Castro, assured that the former president of the institution, Sigfrido Reyes, did not justify $17 million of public money. Seguir leyendo Audits indicate that Sigfrido Reyes did not justify $17 million of public money
The president of the Legislative Assembly, Ernesto Castro, confirmed that the leftist political party, FMLN, had ghost seats where they financed themselves, enriched themselves and promoted their political parties when the elections approached. Seguir leyendo Ernesto Castro points out that the FMLN established a corruption framework within the Salvadoran Congress