This July 24 is Nayeb Bukhele’s 41st birthdayChairman Savior El Salvador was one of the leaders who created the most controversy after some actions during his presidency, as he was the first country in the world to accept Bitcoin as legal tender. His administration and his plan against gangs.
Meet the President of El Salvador, Nayeb Bugel
Nayeb Bukele was born Nayeb Armando Bukele Ortez on July 24, 1981 in San Salvador. He is of Palestinian descent on his father’s side. Bugel went to Central American University, where he studied law, but dropped out to found his first company. Bukele Yamaha Motors El Salvador was owned for a time.
Bugel began his political career in 2012 when he was elected mayor of the municipality of Nuevo Cuscatlán. In 2015, Bugele became the mayor of San Salvador.Both are competing with the Farabundo Marti Liberation Front, from which he was expelled in 2017.
After this expulsion, Bugel decided to run for president as an independent, forming the New Ideas political party, which later disappeared. He joined the centre-right Grand Alliance for National Unity, which won the 2019 presidential election.
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This is the fortune of El Salvador’s president, Nayeb Bugel
It is important to mention that there is no updated and accurate information about Bukhel’s net worth or assets, but the Celebrity Net Worth site estimates The Salvadoran president has a net worth of $2 million.
On the other hand, a recent article BloombergPoints to assets declared by Latin American principals Bugel’s net worth is $2,548,967 dollars, according to the Declaration of Patriotism of the Portal of Transparency of the Presidency of the Republic of El Salvador. It puts it this way The third richest president in Latin America.
As for his income, these are generated from his personal businesses. According to the Government of El Salvador Transparency Portal updated on November 8, 2021, The President’s monthly salary is $3,467.43 dollars, plus $1,714.29 in representation expenses, for a total of $5,181.72.