Salvadorans voice hope for change after outsider sweeps to presidency

Presidential candidate Nayib Bukele of the Great National Alliance (GANA) and his wife Gabriela de Bukele gesture as they celebrate with supporters after the first official presidential election results were released in San Salvador, El Salvador, February 3, 2019. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) – Salvadorans voiced hope for a changed country on Monday after political outsider Nayib Bukele won a sweeping victory in the presidential election with a pledge to tackle the corruption and violence plaguing the Central American nation. Bukele, 37, a former mayor of the capital, San Salvador, won 53 percent of the […]

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