A 30 years of the peace accords, Salvadorans celebrate the end of the civil war and march against organized crime

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By Venancio Ramirez

The Savior– The boycott imposed by Nayib Bukele and his security forces on the march in commemoration of the 30 years of the signing of the Peace Accords, did not prevent thousands of protesters from claiming that the signatories of this political pact had handed over the reins of the State to Organized Crime.

Dodging more than twenty police and military checkpoints that prevented a greater presence of Salvadorans in this concentration dissatisfied with the Bukele regime who was confronted that the Salvadoran State is being governed by organized crime.

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José Santos Guevara, a former FMLN combatant and deputy in the last legislature, told Bukele that “the veterans have run out of patience because if they want this town to continue in peace, they should back off and resign because what they are going to have is something else, because this town is not humiliated or brought to its knees”.

The expert on security issues Colonel Carlos Rivas asked the Bukele government “why and what is the fear, and not that they have the support of the population?..don't be cowards. study history” based on similar situations in previous decades that ended in total failure restrict the free mobilization and expression of the people.

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The demonstrators also carried banners with large letters that read 30 years of the Peace Accords, organized crime governs us.”El Salvador is ruled by Venezuelan mercenaries and gang members”, “Bukele puppet of Chinese expansionism”, “Bukele do not give the country to the Chinese, nor the gang members”.

Photo: Voice of Diaspora.
Photo: Voice of Diaspora.
Photo: Voice of Diaspora.

Strong messages that the thousands of protesters denounced and the reason why they are asking President Nayib Bukele to resign immediately, who with his unpopular measures is leading the country to the cliff.

Photo: Voice of Diaspora.
Photo: Voice of Diaspora.
Thousands of protesters expressed their discontent with the unpopular policies of the Bukele government/Photo: Voice of Diaspora.
Photo: Voice of Diaspora.