Stories about El Salvador from January, 2007
What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — on the 15th anniversary of peace accords
January 16 marked the 15th anniversary of the signing of the Chapultepec Peace Accords which ended El Salvador's twelve year civil war. The event was marked by official celebrations, conferences, rallies and protests. The bloggers of El Salvador had much to say about the events and the country's progress. The...
El Salvador: Assessment of the Peace Accords 15 Years Later
January 16 marked the 15th anniversary of the signing of the Peace Accords which ended the 12 year long civil war in El Salvador. Tim Muth offers his own assessment of their effectiveness a decade and a half later.
El Salvador: The biggest pupusa in the world
Tim Muth has an entertaining link to photos of “the biggest pupusa in the world” from Olocuilta, El Salvador.
What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — about the new year
Salvadoran bloggers begin 2007 with a call for realism when looking at the situation facing the country. There was considerable reaction to the end of the year statements(es) of the president, Tony Saca, who asserted that the economy was growing very healthily and declared that 2007 was to be the...
El Salvador: Poll reflects Salvadorans views of democracy
Tim Muth takes a look at some of the results from the recent annual Latinobarometro poll and concludes that “the significant lack of satisfaction with government in El Salvador makes the ARENA government susceptible to defeat at the polls in 2009. Yet there is no evidence at all that a...
El Salvador: Top Stories of 2006
Tim Muth has put together an incredibly useful roundup of the top El Salvador stories of 2006.