“Isn’t your son the one making deals for money under the table?”: Bukele to Petro

Congressman Nicolás Petro, son of President Petro, was accused by his ex-wife, Day Vásquez, of receiving money from drug trafficker Samuel Santander Lopesierra, aka the Marlboro Man, for his father’s presidential campaign, which never made it to that destination. reached thus the woman secured an interview with the magazine Semana.

Bukele and Petro exchanged messages on Twitter in early March after the Colombian president assured in a government decree that “terrible pictures – I don’t get to other countries – of the concentration camp in El Salvador, full of young people, thousands and thousands, imprisoned, that gives a cold shivers”.

This refers to the Government of Bukele transferred to the Center for the Confinement of Terrorism (Cecot), a maximum security prison for 40,000 inmates, 2,000 suspected gang members.

In this regard, the Salvadoran president told Petro that “results outweigh rhetoric”.

Source: El Heraldo

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