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After Buckle's change of regime, the USAID Supreme Court, the Attorney General's Office, the PNC and the IAIP

After Buckle’s change of regime, the USAID Supreme Court, the Attorney General’s Office, the PNC and the IAIP

The USAID announced that the funds would now be used to “promote transparency, combat corruption and monitor human rights in collaboration with Salvador civil society and human rights organizations.”

After the regime change presented by the ruling party committee by illegally removing judges from the Constitutional Chamber and the Attorney General, United States Agency for International Cooperation (USAIT), In its abbreviated English) announced the withdrawal of funds provided to these companies by these companies.

A brief statement on its website said, “USAID is deeply concerned about the May 1 vote in the Legislature of Salvador, removing the Attorney General and five justices from the Constitutional Court. El Salvador Supreme Court, and key concerns about transparency and accountability ”.

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It therefore announces that the funds will be returned to the Supreme Court, the Attorney General’s Office, the National Civil Police (PNC) and the Public Information Agency (IAIP). These last two companies have been gradually taken over by the ruling party.

The USAID announced that the funds would now be used to “promote transparency, combat corruption and monitor human rights in collaboration with Salvador civil society and human rights organizations.”

This is in line with the order of the Biden administration in the North American country, which has warned on several occasions that it would prioritize direct assistance to civil society in the fight against corruption and abuse, given the signs of corruption in Central America. Power.

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In this proclamation, the Co-operative Society reaffirms its commitment to institutions, the rule of law, the balance of powers in the country and the independence of the judiciary. All of these points have been hit by the ruling party, and the key blow to them on May 1 has been strengthened.