Christian Guevara, leader of the Nuweiba ideology faction. / TVX footage.
Christian Guevara, head of the Nuevas Ideas legislative faction, asserted this morning that reforms that would reduce El Salvador’s municipalities were “very likely”, reducing legislative assemblies and even Central American parliaments. also pledged to support Parliament (Parlacen). .
“Most likely. I believe the country has to cut fat. I was in Arcatao (Morazan) this weekend and there weren’t 3,000 people. That’s how many people were in the mayor’s office. It is not realistic to place a .Many municipalities have been created that violate the city law because they do not meet the requirements,” the deputy mayor said in an interview with TVX.
The Supreme Electoral Court (TSE), by order of the Electoral Law, notified all political parties of the consolidation of 262 municipalities. A Tokyo Stock Exchange official assured that if the number of city councils is reduced, the Tokyo Stock Exchange will be obligated to change “everything” within its plans for the 2024 general election.
Guevara then convinced himself that he wanted “more reductions in municipalities,” and said, “If the cuts in parliament go ahead, I will support it, and if the parlacen cuts go ahead, I will also support it.” added.
The lieutenant thought it would be short to confirm the reduction of three municipalities. “He’s missing 95 percent of the information,” he said.
The reduction of municipalities was proposed in December 2022 by the President of the Republic Naive Bukele. Lawmakers believe this could take place before the Easter holidays next week.
Source: Diario Elmundo