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Voters in El Salvador cast ballots Sunday in a presidential runoff expected to crown the current vice president, a former guerrilla commander, as the country's new leader. Pre-election polls showed Salvador Sanchez Ceren from the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) comfortably ahead of right-wing candidate Norman Quijano, 67, mayor of the capital city San Salvador. Sanchez Ceren, 69 ...
Voting ends in a run-off election in El Salvador, where ex-guerrilla commander Salvador Sanchez Ceren could become president.
Polls suggest that former far-left fighter Salvador Sanchez Ceren is poised to win runoff in Central American country.
By Nelson Renteria and Michael O'Boyle SAN SALVADOR (Reuters) - A former Marxist guerrilla leader is expected to win El Salvador's presidency on Sunday after promising to expand social programs for the poor and fending off his opponent's claims that he will impose radical policies. Recent polls showed Salvador Sanchez Ceren of the leftist Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN), the ...
On the morning of July 25, 1981, Miriam Abrego was cooking chicken soup when she glimpsed a shadow in her doorway. Observers say that if he wins the runoff election, the chances of the law's survival are slim.
A former Marxist guerrilla who has promised to continue the government's popular social programs is poised to win El Salvador's presidential election runoff on Sunday, giving the ruling party a second consecutive term.
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AP) — A former Marxist guerrilla who has promised to continue the government's popular social programs is poised to win El Salvador's presidential election runoff on Sunday, giving the ruling party a second consecutive term.
Polls showed Salvador Sanchez Ceren, a former Marxist guerrilla, 10 to 18 percentage points ahead of his conservative opponent as voting began in El Salvador's presidential runoff.
Voters in El Salvador have cast ballots in a presidential run-off expected to crown the vice president.
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