Stories about El Salvador from January, 2009
El Salvador: Irregularities on Election Day
Victor of Alta Hora de la Noche [es] provides some early reporting on the day's elections in El Salvador. He writes that there have been irregularities all across the country, including some polling places that did not allow observers and conducted the ballot counting behind closed doors.
El Salvador: Live Blogging Election Day
In El Salvador, the country is choosing mayors and congressional representatives and Fernando Marroquín of Chero07 [es] has been live blogging during election day.
El Salvador: Campaign for the Coatepeque Lake
The Coatepeque Lake in El Salvador is nominated for one of the 7 Wonders of the World and a campaign has started to encourage Salvadorans to vote writes Hunnapuh [es].
El Salvador: Metrobus Proposal by ARENA Mayoral Candidate
Rafael Monge is very intrigued by the Metrobus program proposed by ARENA mayoral candidate Norman Quijano in San Salvador [es], which would help alleviate traffic issues in the capital.
Americas: Calls for Peace in Palestine
Several Latin American bloggers are watching the events unfold in Gaza and they often feel helpless. They use their blogs to demand peace in the region. However, they also feel that after these bombings that achieving peace in the Middle East is now even further away.