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Wednesday, July 10, 2024
10/07/2024
From April to June 2023, the Salvadoran Presidency paid $325,000 to lobby politicians and influencers close to the Make America Great Again movement, according to DOJ foreign-agent filings. Several of these interlocutors attended Nayib Bukele’s unconstitutional inauguration last June 1.
Jimmy Alvarado
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Thursday, July 11, 2024
11/07/2024
Martínez is the third member of El Faro to receive the Maria Moors Cabot Prize, following co-founder and editor-in-chief Carlos Dada in 2011 and current executive editor Óscar Martínez in 2016.
Graciela Barrera
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Friday, July 5, 2024
05/07/2024
Following the arrest in June of “Greñas”, as many as 11 members of the Ranfla Nacional are thought to still be in custody in El Salvador despite a lack of official transparency. Experts reaffirm that the gang is in disarray, with the rank and file scorning their own historic leaders amid a mutation of no certain result.
Roman Gressier
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Friday, June 21, 2024
21/06/2024
Salvadoran former constitutional magistrate Sidney Blanco joins a panel of experts set to monitor Supreme Court appointments in Guatemala, key not only to embattled judicial independence but also the future of the Arévalo administration, which weathered a coup effort in 2023 but remains besieged by a justice system corrupted for decades.
José Luis Sanz
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Wednesday, July 3, 2024
03/07/2024
Before Nayib Bukele assumed his unconstitutional second term as president on June 1, thousands of Salvadorans were already suffering under the weight of an authoritarian regime, with no public institutions left to turn to.
Víctor Peña and Carlos Barrera
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Thursday, April 18, 2024
18/04/2024
Upcoming Supreme Court elections will shape Guatemala’s chances for reform. Anti-corruption change will only be possible by seizing the moment to dismantle the captured judiciary.
Vaclav Mašek Sánchez
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Thursday, June 27, 2024
27/06/2024
Hernández’s drug-trafficking sentence in New York makes him the first former president of Honduras convicted of a crime — a warning shot from the DOJ for the Honduran political class, where at least two other ex-presidents have also been accused of hiding drug ties.
Jeff Ernst
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Wednesday, July 3, 2024
03/07/2024
Bukele is not a man of the Right. Nor was he ever of the Left. He is a politician without ideology, with a compass moved only by the political headwinds. He is nothing more than an opportunist.
El Faro Editorial Board
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Friday, July 5, 2024
05/07/2024
Following the arrest in June of “Greñas”, as many as 11 members of the Ranfla Nacional are thought to still be in custody in El Salvador despite a lack of official transparency. Experts reaffirm that the gang is in disarray, with the rank and file scorning their own historic leaders amid a mutation of no certain result.
Roman Gressier
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Friday, June 21, 2024
21/06/2024
Salvadoran former constitutional magistrate Sidney Blanco joins a panel of experts set to monitor Supreme Court appointments in Guatemala, key not only to embattled judicial independence but also the future of the Arévalo administration, which weathered a coup effort in 2023 but remains besieged by a justice system corrupted for decades.
José Luis Sanz
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Wednesday, July 3, 2024
03/07/2024
Before Nayib Bukele assumed his unconstitutional second term as president on June 1, thousands of Salvadorans were already suffering under the weight of an authoritarian regime, with no public institutions left to turn to.
Víctor Peña and Carlos Barrera
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Thursday, April 18, 2024
18/04/2024
Upcoming Supreme Court elections will shape Guatemala’s chances for reform. Anti-corruption change will only be possible by seizing the moment to dismantle the captured judiciary.
Vaclav Mašek Sánchez

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