These gangs made demands to the Bukele government

Among those petitions, the mob’s demand to restrict the use of force by the police and the military stands out.

The seizure of audios and manuscripts on notebook sheets taken from the cell phone of one of the gang members who took part in the talks, which the gang called “Villas”, allowed the prosecution office to feel the demands against him. According to El Pharaoh, they made the government to have an agreement to reduce the killings.

In 2012, when the Secretary-General of the Organization of American States (OAS) Jose Miguel Insulza approved an agreement between those committees under the presidency, 19 demands were very similar. Fugitive Mauricio Punz.

“Of the 19 points, 14 represent life within prisons, and the rest are demands for the freedom of gang members and to improve the lives of their families,” the newspaper said.

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Manuscripts seized by the prosecutor’s office led the gang to file 19 lawsuits against the Bukele government. Photo by El

Among those petitions, the mob’s demand to restrict the use of force by the police and the military stands out.

“Police and armed forces and units must stop our people (gang members) from attacking the streets.”

In mid-July, the Police Personnel Movement (MTP) condemned the Apopa Police Headquarters for banning police from interfering with gang members or punishing them with arbitrary transfers.

“Don’t get in trouble, leave the boys (gang members) alone, turn on the lights and the police siren at night so the gang member can get out,” the MDP said on its Twitter account.

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Police officials denied the police movement’s complaint.

Another demand is to create “commissions” to continuously evaluate the actions of the security apparatus; As well as to prevent prison guards from commenting on what is “illegal”.

Most: Carlos Bones: “This gang now has a direct channel not only with one party, but also with the legislature.”

Stop the persecution against their families and the police, military, security or prison officials involved in the “torture” of prisoners in prisons are being purged.

They also demanded the transfer of another gang member who had been in Zagatras for more than seven years to another prison, but not to go to Isalko Phase III. The maximum length of stay in the Jakatekoluga prison is defined as “regardless of the profile of the prisoner”.

The removal of metal plates covering the doors and the ventilation were improved, and the stay in Zakatekoloka, Isalko Phase 3 and Sections 5 and 6 of the Penal Cells was a maximum of three years.

The so-called “penalties” police camps should be removed, and the facilities for temporary detention should be built with good conditions, not “torture centers,” they point out.

Re-establish family visits and intimate visits to maximum security prisons.

They are demanding special rehabilitation programs for released gang members and those who have been released from prison. Freedom for gang members and creating small and small businesses in cooperatives. They also demand scholarships for higher education for their children.

Most: The United States is concerned about the slow handing over of gang leaders

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