Nayib Bukele has "cleverly played on the problems that this country had in the past," says AS/COA's vice president of policy to CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
"El Salvador me parece un caso único, algo nuevo en el contexto latinoamericano", dijo el vicepresidente de Políticas de AS/COA, Brian Winter, a La Nación.
Bukele’s party expanded its supermajority in El Salvador’s election, shaped by unprecedented reforms and court rulings.
Popular President Nayib Bukele is not only likely to win reelection on February 4 but also an even stronger mandate.
Digital Democracy Institute of the Americas’ Roberta Braga and political scientist Michael Paarlberg delve into factors behind Nayib Bukele’s global reach.
The Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Mexico, Panama, Uruguay, and—probably—Venezuela will pick presidents while Latinos will help decide the U.S. outcome.