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· May, 2007

Stories about El Salvador from May, 2007

El Salvador: Preliminary Census Figures

Early returns from the first Salvadoran census since 1992 have found that there are less citizens in the country than expected. Tim Muth provides the prediction that “you can expect...

What Salvadoran bloggers are saying — about a war-like political campaign

There are 22 months to go before the March 2009 elections for President and National Assembly in El Salvador, but already the campaign is a major theme in the Salvadoran...

El Salvador: Planned or Spontaenous Violence in the Capital

San Salvador recently witnessed events of violence during clashes between market vendors and the police during an operation trying to displace “illegal” places of sale. The conflict caused some bloggers...

El Salvador: The New Census

Tim's El Salvador Blog writes about the national census that will begin on May 12. An extensive publicity campaign was launched to collect data, the first since 1992, when the...

El Salvador: “War on Terrorism” Marks

Tim Muth's El Salvador Blog links to the recent US State Department's Country Report on Terrorism and how El Salvador has participated. There is some worry that the broad definition...

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