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El segundo gobierno del Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional (FMLN) recién cumplió su primer año de gestión bajo el mando del Presidente Salvador Sánchez Cerén.

Is El Salvador's electoral system collapsing?

Should a responsible reform agenda be postponed in El Salvador's elections, the advances that the country’s democratic institutions have obtained may rapidly decay or fall under attack.

El Salvador's Supreme Electoral Tribunal announced a winner of the March 9 presidential runoff a week after the election, leaving half of the country overjoyed and the other half in despair.

A moderate leftist president seeks a new way to rule a traditionally polarized country.
"As long as young political leaders committed to the ideals of democracy, freedom and equal access to opportunities remain on the sidelines, we'll never progress."

El Salvador's Archbishop, José Luis Escobar Alas, commended President Mauricio Funes yesterday for his decision to award the country's highest honor to six Jesuit priests assassinated by the army in 1989—an event that sparked international outrage and helped lead to the war's end three years later.

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