Life in El Salvador


Anti-President Nayib Bukele march

First Anti-President Nayib Bukele march of 2022 is set for January 16th


The opposition to President Nayib Bukele has called for the first march of the year to take place on January 16th. The rally is to protest the policies taken by the current administration. The new march called for next January 16th on the anniversary of the signing of the Peace Accords has been trending online … Read more

Traffic Accidents in El-Salvador

2021 Traffic accidents in El Salvador reduced by 6.8% compared to 2019


Romeo Rodriguez, the Minister of Public Works, affirmed that the traffic accidents in El Salvador in 2021 had been reduced by 6.8%, compared to 2019; it is equivalent to 1,367 fewer accidents that have occurred on the roads, said the minister. Minister Rodriguez made the affirmation at a press conference held yesterday at the Periferico … Read more

San Salvador

San Salvador is no longer one of the Most Dangerous Cities in the World


According to the organization Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice, San Salvador has not been one of the top 50 most dangerous cities in the world since 2019. Being out of the top 50 most dangerous cities is great for San Salvador, considering that San Salvador had been part of the list since … Read more

Homicide Rate in El Salvador

El Salvador Homicide Rate from 2010 to 2021


El Salvador’s homicide rate in 2021 was 3.1 per day or 18 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants; it is a substantial decline from the previous year. The Murder rate in El Salvador has steadily dropped since its worst year in 2015, which had 103 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants or 18.2 murders per day. Since taking office, … Read more

Plan Control Territorial

President Nayib Bukele Security Plan. “Territorial Control Plan”


President Nayib Bukele security plan or Territorial control plan has seven phases; the first phase focuses on gaining control of the Salvadoran territory. Bukele’s other three phases’ objectives are the social reconstruction of communities, the modernizing of the police, and the incursion of police and army personal into gang-controlled areas. Phase one of Nayib Bukele … Read more

Is El Salvador safe to visit

Is El Salvador Safe to Visit in 2022? Safety in El Salvador


Yes, despite all the crime and violence, which doesn’t affect tourists, El Salvador is safe for tourists to visit. Despite having a high crime rate, El Salvador is not dangerous for travelers. Crime in El Salvador has declined and is isolated to specific areas that tourists will never enter. Nevertheless, visitors still need to be … Read more

Nayib Bukele

Nayib Bukele with High Approval Ratings After 2 1/2 years in office


It has been two and a half years since Nayib Bukele was sworn in as president of El Salvador. After his, June 1st, 2019, inaugural speech as president, everyone knew his style of government was going to be different. On that day, all the people who voted for Bukele seemed happy; they looked excited about … Read more