Salvadorans gather at MacArthur Park in Los Angeles to support the Bukele government

Levitt Pavilion Acoustic Shell, Macarthur Park, The Angels, California/Photo VD:Milagro Orellana.

By Milagro Orellana

Dozens of Salvadorans gathered at MacArthur Park in Los Angeles, California, to support the government of President Nayib Bukele. The event took place in the Levitt Pavilion acoustic shell, located on the north side of the park.

photo VD: Milagro Orellana.
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The group of Nuevas Ideas followers that packed this very place two years ago, was considerably reduced in this Saturday's event, in which Mike Cargiles participated, Republican candidate for Congress from the District 35 Of California, and main contender of Congresswoman Norma Torres.

Mike Cargiles, Republican candidate for Congress from the District 35 of California expressed its support for the Bukele government.
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Cargiles stated in his speech that he supports Nayib Bukele's management and that he recognizes the work done by the Salvadoran ruler.

While this concentration was taking place, there was also the presence of another group that stated that they did not agree with the millennial president's way of governing.. This generated a dispute that required the presence of the Los Angeles Police to avoid violent acts at the scene..

Salvadorans opposed to the government expressed their discontent/Photo VD: Milagro Orellana.
CEO: Milagro Orellana.
photo VD: Milagro Orellana.
Intervention of the LA police to avoid the outbreak of violence in both concentrations / Photo VD: Milagro Orellana.
Pro-Bukele and anti-government sympathizers argue during the rally.

The activity took place one day before the commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the signing of the Peace Agreements in El Salvador, a date that the ruling party has delegitimized on several occasions.

President Nayib Bukele sends a message to his followers in Los Angeles, California.