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President Bukele shares experience that led El Salvador to be the safest country during CPAC

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President Bukele shares experience that led El Salvador to be the safest country during CPAC

The streets of the urban area of ​​Perquín, in the department of Morazán, were renovated with hydraulic concrete surfaces, one more promise fulfilled by the Government of President Nayib Bukele, through the National Patching Plan, coordinated by the DOM.

Among some of the intervened roads is the street that leads to the Youth House, where different activities such as events, workshops and sports use for children and adolescents take place.

In addition, in this Youth House the important delivery of fertilizer and seed is carried out for farmers in Perquín and surrounding places.

Other intervened roads also have access to the Peace Court, the sales areas, tourism and the former municipal flea market, totaling 364 meters of streets that were completely deteriorated and that for years affected the development of the inhabitants of the area.

Through the National Patching Plan, the DOM has also delivered modern and safe works in Morazán in the municipalities of Meanguera and Sensembra, among others, while through the rural road recovery program the inhabitants of San Carlos, Guatajiagua are already enjoying and Society.

Electrification projects in Chilanga and Cacaopera have also already been delivered; a clinic in Yamabal, the municipal park of Torola, a drinking water project in San Isidro and the first phase of the historic center of the El Mozote village.

In Delicias de Concepción, the municipal court, the San Francisco Morazán park and three more clinics in El Divisadero, Sensembra and Yoloaiquín are being improved.

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President Nayib Bukele, through the DOM, is keeping his word of turning the eastern zone into a development pole and it is through these works that trade, economy and tourism are being promoted, thus benefiting thousands of Salvadorans.

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