Politics and Government

Nayib Bukele Approval Rating

Nayib Bukele Approval Rating. A Score of 8.58 out of 10 in the Latest Survey!

President Nayib Bukele’s approval rating is consistently over 75%; his approval is the highest any Salvadoran president has ever maintained while in office. Bukele is regarded as one of the world leaders with high domestic support; he has maintained an approval rating of over 75 percent since taking office on … Read more

Luis Parada El Salvador

Luis Parada to Run as Candidate for President in El Salvador’s 2024 Elections

Luis Parada, a lawyer residing in the United States, agreed to be a presidential candidate for the upcoming 2024 presidential elections. Parada will run under the Nuestro Tiempo political flag. Human rights defender Celia Medrano will run as a pre-candidate for vice president of the Republic. I have decided to … Read more

El Salvador Territorial Control Plan

El Salvador Territorial Control Plan. President Nayib Bukele Plan Control Territorial

El Salvador Territorial Control Plan or Plan Control Territorial has seven phases; the first five are preparation, opportunity, modernization, incursion, and extraction. Phases six and seven have not been made public and are scheduled to be implemented before the end of Nayib Bukele’s presidency. The Bukele administration credit its security … Read more

El Salvador Army Personal

Salvadoran State of Exception is extended for the 14 consecutive time for 30 days

The Salvadoran State of Exception will remain in force for another 30 days. The security measure, which has strong support from the population, will continue until June 2023. On March 27, 2023, the exception regime celebrated one year of being in force. The measure got extended on May 16 with … Read more

El Salvador Political Parties

El Salvador Political Parties. 13 Political Parties Ready to Compete in the 2024 Elections

El Salvador political parties belong to a democratic multi-party system with multiple political parties across different political spectrums and affiliations; members of these political groups are allowed to run for local and national elections. There are 13 political parties legally registered with the Supreme Electoral Tribunal (TSE) to compete in … Read more