Salvadorans hope for ‘better quality of life’ as Bukele starts second term

Jiquilisco (El Salvador) (AFP) – At a market in El Salvador, Blanca Ramos complains that few people are buying her bananas: the economy is a challenge for President Nayib Bukele in his second term. Having reduced gang violence to historic lows, Bukele must now focus on the economy, analysts say. It is vital that he tackles high public debt and poverty, they warn.


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