Here we are sharing a piece of sad and shocking news with you. El Salvador’s parliament has approved a state of emergency after the Central American country recorded dozens of gang killings in a single day. Recently we got this news and this news is getting viral on social media. Many people are searching this news and they have many questions in their mind. They are waiting for more information about the news. So here we have more information about this news. He will share all the important information in this article, so keep reading.
Police said there were 62 murders on Saturday. The most violent 24 hour period since the civil fight had ended in 1992. The new law banned the right to amass, allowing arrests and surveillance of communications without a warrant. The gang-riddled country had recorded 1,l40 homicides last year, a 30 year low. But It still equates to 18 deaths per 100,000 residents. In November, another wave of violence has killed more than 40 people in three days, keep reading.
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Fore leaders of the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang have been arrested over a spate of killing, hours before MPs vote on the news powers, which will be run for 30 days. president Nayib Bukele was selected in 2019 on a promise to fight organized crime and improve security said We had a fresh spike in homicides, something we had worked so hard to reduce.“When we are fighting criminals on the streets, we have to try to figure out what’s going on and who’s funding it.”
He added in a statement tweeted by Congress President Ernesto Castro that the country ” we must allow agents and soldiers to do their jobs and safe them for those who safe gangs. Members allegations”. However, Juan Papier of the international campaign group Human Rights Watch tweeted that the measures were “very concerning, especially in a country that lacks independent democratic institutions”.
According to the authorities say the MS-13 and Barrio 18 gangs, inclusive of about 70,000 members are responsible for the murder, race racketeering, and drug trafficking. Police said the latest bloodshed has killed 12 people in central La Libertad provide, nine each in the capital San Salvador and the western province of Avachapan, with other killings spreading across the country. In April 2022, as the coronavirus swept the country, president Bukele imposed a 24/7 lockdown on imprisoned gang members after more than 50 people had been killed in three days. Stay tuned for more updates.