Blogs and Opinions
Removal of Attorney General and Magistrates is not Alarming most Salvadorans
The newly elected Salvador legislature began its three-year term. This day is usually a formality with activities such as the swearing-in ceremony of all newly elected deputies. But not this time. In an unprecedented move, the Legislative Assembly voted to fire all five magistrates of the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Judicial Court and… Read more
El Salvador Coffee: Discovering El Salvador’s Unique Coffee Flavorful Legacy
El Salvador coffee is and has been a big part of the nation’s history and culture. Since its introduction in 1779, the cultivation of these beans has impacted the history and economy of the country. El Salvador’s coffee production is vital to the Salvadoran economy; it creates jobs and produces … Read more
How much Damage will the U.S. Engel List do to the Bukele Administration?
On Thursday, July 1, the highly anticipated corruption list, or Engel list as is popularly known, was made public by the U.S. State Department. The released corruption list includes four top officials currently part of the Nayib Bukele administration and two of Bukele’s ex-ministers. The so-called Engel List gets its … Read more