Constitutional reforms may open the way to a single party in El Salvador – opposition leader

The current Constitution states that the official single party "is incompatible with the democratic system and with the form of government established" and described in the mentioned article.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The constitutional reform bill that the Salvadoran president, Nayib Bukele, will receive in mid-September may open the door to a single-party system by eliminating the prohibition currently expressed in the Constitution, warned the executive director of the organization Cristosal, Noah Bullock, in an interview with Efe.

On September 15, the Salvadoran vice president, Felix Ulloa, will deliver to Bukele a draft with more than 200 constitutional reforms that he worked on with a group of lawyers at the request of the Salvadoran president.

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