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Bukele and Petro meet again during mutual accusations



Presidents of El Salvador and Colombia Naive Bukele and Gustavo Petro.

Presidents of El Salvador and Colombia Naive Bukele and Gustavo Petro.

The presidents of Colombia and El Salvador, Gustavo Petro and Naive Bukele, clashed again on Twitter over alleged pacts between the Salvadoran government and gangs and corruption accusations against the Colombian president’s son.

At 6:49 a.m. this Thursday, Petro commented on a CNN news item covering charges brought by the New York Attorney’s Office against 13 MS13 gang members. He made a pact with gangsters. “

The only thing better than making government pacts under the table is that justice can lie and make them above the table in search of peace. – Gustavo Petro, President of Colombia.

“In exchange for better terms, gangs will lower their murder rates to make it appear that their tougher approach to crime is working,” the story said.

At 11:46 a.m., Bukele referred to an “under the table agreement” in which Nicolás Petro Burgos, son of the President of Colombia, was accused by his ex-wife of taking money from people in Colombia. I was. Possibly related to corruption and drug trafficking for Petro’s presidential election, he kept the money.

“I don’t understand why you’re obsessed with El Salvador,” Bukele told him.

Agree. First he condemned the inhumane treatment, now he speaks of “better conditions”. I also don’t understand your obsession with El Salvador. Isn’t your son the one making the pact under the table and for the money? ” – Naive Bukele, President of El Salvador.

A representative for Nuevas Ideas joined the controversy Thursday morning.

Marcela Pineda asserted that Petro “should be concerned with the violence in his country, not with an obsession with El Salvador.” He said, “Do you speak less and do more, or do you prefer to keep killing people?”

Christian Guevara, head of the Nuevas Ideas faction, asked him:

“Congratulations Peter! He has succeeded in eradicating poverty at least in his son. He who does not rule his own house, much less can rule the country. These agreements under the bargaining table. What do you think about?” replied William Soriano.

A week ago, the two leaders discussed Petro’s criticism of the Tecoluca Center for Containment of Terrorism (Cecot) on social networks.

Source: Diario Elmundo

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