The Salvadoran president is difficult to decipher, but he seems inclined to promote economic liberalism and revolutionize Latin American politics
Bukele assured that there would be no property, income, or municipal taxes in the crypto city
The NI party announced over the weekend on its Twitter account the separation of two deputies for allegedly participating in a meeting to "conspire."
On September 15, thousands of Salvadorans protested in the capital against the president with banners and slogans accusing him of being a "dictator."
More than 70 % of the population in El Salvador rejects the adoption of Bitcoin as legal tender
"By simply downloading the application and registering you will receive 30 dollars equivalent in bitcoin for your consumption (...) when you receive the money you can choose whether you want bitcoin or not," the president said
Among those named is Bukele's chief of staff, Carolina Recinos, one of the officials closest to the Salvadoran president
The State Department said that Zuniga will meet during his visit with members of the Salvadoran Executive, as well as with representatives of the private sector to discuss "areas of mutual interest"