El Salvador: Electoral Disorganization

In a comprehensive analysis of the recent elections, U.S-El Salvador Sister Cities argues that on “an objective level, it is important to signal the breakdown of the institutionality of these elections, beginning with campaigns that kicked off far before the stipulated start dates, woeful disorganization on election day (indelible ink that not only rubbed off, but also caused painful burns, polling centers that opened late, irregularities in the voter list, etc), and the unconstitutional dual role that Antonio Saca took up.”

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