Politics and Government

Salvadoran Students

Salvadoran Government Gives FREE Computers to All Students in Public Schools

President Nayib Bukele, along with first lady Gabriela de Bukele and Minister of Education Carla Hanania de Varela, began giving FREE computers to students in public schools. This inaugural event took place on Monday, February 22nd, 2021. The first beneficiaries to receive the computers were high school students; then, it … Read more

Nayib Bukele Approval Rating

Nayib Bukele Approval Rating. Majority of Salvadorans approve of Bukele

President Nayib Bukele’s approval rating is one of the highest any Salvadoran president has ever maintained; he is regarded as one of the most popular world leaders. The Salvadoran president has maintained an approval rating of over 75 percent since taking office on June 1st, 2019. President Nayib Bukele is … Read more

Animal Welfare Law

Salvadoran Legislature Approves El Salvador Animal Welfare Law

The Salvadoran Legislative Assembly approved the El Salvador Animal Welfare Law, whose principal function will be the complete protection of pets and companion animals. The El Salvador Animal Welfare Law passed with 76 votes in favor; it seeks to benefit rescuer’s work and those groups that work for the care … Read more

El Salvador Embassy in Turkey

El Salvador Officially Inaugurates its Embassy in Ankara Turkey

On January 20th, 2022, the Salvadoran Minister of Foreign Affairs, Alexandra Hill, and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, Mevlut Cavusoglu, inaugurated the Embassy of El Salvador in Ankara, Turkey. Despite having diplomatic relations with Turkey for more than 70 years, it was until 2022 that the embassy was … Read more


The Collapse of the Political Parties ARENA and FMLN; Can They Recover?

Not long ago, ARENA and FMLN were the top political parties in El Salvador. From 1999 to 2019, the two political forces maintained control of two of the most important branches of government, the executive and legislative. But today, the two, once impressive, political parties have become almost irrelevant in … Read more