February 28, 2014

Is El Salvador the Next Venezuela?

Roger Noriega, Miami Herald

The Associated Press

Recent revelations about secret dealings by El Salvador’s ruling party with street gangsters and international narcotraffickers have many in that country worried that they may be drifting toward the lawlessness that has spawned chaos in Venezuela.

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