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Nayeb Bukhele: “Regional Control Now Totally State” | Latin America’s most important news and analysis | T.W.

Nayeb Bukhele: “Regional Control Now Totally State” |  Latin America’s most important news and analysis |  T.W.

The President of El Salvador, Nayeb Bugele, promised on Sunday night (12.04.2022) on his social networks the “control” of the regions, which for years have been dominated by gangs. Mara Salvatrucha (MS13), 18th quarter and other minorities, “which already came entirely from the state.”

El Salvador has been under a state of emergency since late March, which has been in place for eight months and suspended various constitutional rights, after a wave of killings that claimed more than 80 lives in three days.

In this context, in the early hours of December 3, at least 10,000 security elements were stationed in the city of Soyabango, the third most populous city in El Salvador and classified as one of the most dangerous cities in the country. A so-called high balance Gangs.

The city, located 12 kilometers from the capital San Salvador, has been “annexed” as a strategy to “continue the war against gangs” by extracting gang members who have not yet been captured, according to security officials. According to Bugel, “within 48 hours, more than 140 gang members were arrested inside the fence.”

“The municipality of Soyabango, the most populous in our country, has been completely fenced off since yesterday morning (…) territorial control now belongs entirely to the state,” the president announced.

Defense Minister René Merino Monroy on December 3 justified the implementation of the “fence” and promised that “it will not affect honest people,” and “respect human rights.”

“There is no honest person who will suffer from the blockade that has been set up, and this action is directed directly against gang members who are still hiding and causing some difficulties to honest people (…) This is completely wrong. These actions will cause inconvenience to honest people,” Merino Manroy said in a press conference.

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Soyapango is the second most populous city in the San Salvador metropolitan area – which is made up of 14 municipalities – and the third city in the country, with about 258,921 inhabitants.

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