But Nab Boukele, elected in February, also tolds ‘Cordelia Lynch’ that the US is facing the problem “wrong way” because more and more Central American expatriates tried to make their way.
A painting picture recently seen by El Salvador’s Overseer Oscar Alberto Martinez Ramirez and his 23-month-old daughter Valeria, in which the little girl is seen holding her father, because her body is lying beside the shallow water. Mexican and Rio Grande do
what he wants to do to stop being desperate to leave the people individually, Mr. Buchile said that the answer is in making a better life for the people in El Salvador.
“We are trying to make our country safer,” he said.
“Most of the people who are fleeing are fleeing for two main reasons, because of security because they do not feel secure … so we want to make our country safer and we will really work hard.”
The second reason, he said that there was a lack of opportunities and jobs, he said that “our country will be more prosperous and generate employment”.
“So if people have decent jobs, a decent education is an opportunity for a decent health system and security, then I know that forced migration will be zero.”
The 37-year-old, who vowed to overturn El Salvador’s fate, emphasized that America will not find any solution to stop people from entering the US.
They said: “They are taking it wrongly. History has shown that the escape will not stop.”
He said that he believed that making the right change in El Salvador will reduce the chances of the number of people decreasing because most people, who are given the right opportunities, would always like to live in their homeland, close to their family.
“What would I say to the US government that we are ready to work on security and provide jobs for our people,” he said.
After the worldwide outcry over deaths, both the US Senate and the House approved separate legislation to provide funding for immigrants in the United States.
M Bookley is neither the right-wing nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA) nor the leftist Farbundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) as the first President of the country.
He has promised to redefine the image of El Salvador with America, deal with corruption and try to reach a wider audience through social media. During his campaign, he ran on a anti-corruption ticket given on Twitter and Facebook.
Recent elections have been suggested to deal with crime and unemployment, which are at the top of the Salvadoran voter preferences. But he did his own work – poverty, violence and crime have plagued El Salvador for decades.
A recent report by the UNHCR of refugees of El Salvador states: “The growing migration of Salvador in search of international security lies in the social, political and economic impact of human rights, organized crime groups, power and violence.”
In 2015, the Defense Minister of El Salvador said that the government believes that between 500,000 and 600,000 people belong to the gang of 6.3 million population of the country.
The rate of female infanticide (gender-induced murder) in El Salvador is the highest in the world.