El Salvador President Nayib Bukele again brought charges against the Constitutional Chamber of the Supreme Court (CSJ) this Sunday, which he accused of serving the Legislative Assembly days after the executive decree was declared. with which the government intended to regulate the reopening phases amid the coronavirus pandemic.
“The judges are clearly responding to those who took them there because they are where they are, because the current MPs took them there,” said Bukele during his intervention on television to take stock of the health crisis situation.
Bukele has pointed out that this court ruling deprives the government of the power to regulate the economic opening and asserts that “history will condemn them” for following the orders of their “masters”.
“They were not elected by the people and they want us to negotiate with their bosses,” emphasized Bukele, referring specifically to the opposition MPs Norman Quijano, Nidia Díaz, Carlos Reyes, Rodolfo Parker and Carlos García Ruíz.