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The Salvadoran Foundation for Economic and Social Development (FUSADES), through a public policy note, considered that the nation's budget should be an instrument to promote the country's development and the improvement of the population's quality of life.
The salvadoran population expresses a decrease in optimism when giving their opinion about the country's situation, compared to the data obtained at the end of 2019, according to the latest survey presented by the University Institute of Public Opinion (IUDOP) of Universidad Centroamericana "José Simeón Cañas" (UCA).
The diversification of the country's energy matrix with more injection of renewable sources will allow for lowering the costs of the electricity bill for the population. As well as the reduction of 33% in the price of consumption for three months, which began this July 15.
The National Association of Private Enterprise (ANEP), urges the population to maintain sanitary measures, voluntary home quarantine, social distancing, the use of masks and hand washing to avoid contagion from Covid-19 in the country.
Finance Minister Nelson Fuentes categorically clarified in an interview on "Primera Hora” radio 102.9, that neither he as Minister nor the Ministry he heads are against giving part of his pension income to individuals.