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El Salvador Election Report
Date Saturday April 14
Time 2:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Event Type Panel Discussion
Organizer/AuthorAllan Fisher
Emailafisher800 [at] gmail.com
Phone415-954-2763
Location Details
Resource Center for Nonviolence; 612 Ocean Street, Santa Cruz
El Salvador Election Report

Hear from election observers - what's next for the environmental and feminist movements - what we can do to stop US pushed privatization - why the Left lost the 2018 election - the ongoing resistance in Honduras
Added to the calendar on Monday Mar 26th, 2018 7:53 PM
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by C.I.S.P.E.S de Santa Cruz Tuesday Mar 27th, 2018 1:22 PM
Wikileaks published a cable sent by Charles Glazer in 2008, who at that time was the US ambassador to El Salvador. The cable said that the U.S. shouldn't worry: ARENA (El Salvador's far-right party) had a plan to use the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court to undermine a possible presidential victory by the FMLN (El Salvador's Left party, formed as a guerrilla movement during the 1980-1992 Civil War).

Fast forward ten years: Elections in El Salvador are among the most complicated in the world, thanks to a series of rulings by the country's Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court, and the FMLN suffers a major electoral loss.

We invite you to join CISPistas recently back from accompanying the Salvadoran elections, who'll be sharing information about:
-Why the Left lost in the 2018 elections
-What's next for El Salvador's environmental and feminist movements
-What we can do to stop US-pushed privatization efforts

We will also be joined by a Honduras solidarity activist to hear about what's been going on since the fraudulent election last November.
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