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Bukele wins election in El Salvador, but at what cost?

Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele's landslide re-election victory is perceived as a reward for restoring national security in the face of rampant gang warfare, but his hardline (mano dura) policies have come at a high cost for civilians. Find out more in our November 2023 article.

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