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Nayib Bukele Approval Rating

Nayib Bukele Approval Rating. Bukele closes his third year with 86.8% approval, according to LPG


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. The latest survey by … Read more

El Salvador Territorial Control Plan

President Nayib Bukele Security Plan. “El Salvador Territorial Control Plan”


El Salvador Territorial Control Plan or Nayib Bukele’s security plan has seven phases. Phase one focuses on gaining control of the territory, and two focuses on the social reconstruction of communities. Three and four are the modernizing of the police and the incursion of police and army personnel into gang-controlled … Read more

CID Gallup survey

91% of Salvadorans support the measures implemented by President Bukele against criminal groups


Nine out of ten Salvadorans support the security measures, including the state of exception, implemented by the Nayib Bukele administration against gangs, according to a CID-Gallup survey released on April 22nd. Only 9% of those consulted state that they disagree (Little or nothing) with the decisions taken by this administration … Read more

Nayib Bukele

Gang truce or not, President Bukele is still popular in El Salvador


Despite accusations of negotiating a secret truce with organized crime, authoritarianism, corruption, and nepotism, Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele keeps a strong score of popularity among Salvadorans. During the first half of his five-year term, the international community has condemned military actions, such as when Bukele entered the Salvadoran parliament with heavy-armed military staff to pressure … Read more

Anti Bukele Rally

Controversy Follows the First Anti-President Nayib Bukele march of 2022


Sunday’s rally to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the signing of the Peace Accords. And protest against President Nayib Bukele’s policies brought low participation. According to participants in the protest, it was a rally to defy the presidential order and not to celebrate the Peace Accords. A few days earlier, … Read more