Corte de Cuentas de la República and the Tribunal Supremo Electoral sign Interinstitutional Cooperation AgreementWritten by Dinero Staff
As a function of the coordinated work between State institutions, the President, Roxana Soriano and the President of the Tribunal Supremo Electoral, Dora Esmeralda Martinez signed a historic Cooperation Agreement to guarantee the transparency and adequate use of public resources allocated through the Special Extraordinary Budget for the 2024 elections.
With the objective of facilitating the political participation of salvadorans abroad, the deputies of the Legislative Assembly approved, with 65 votes, a transitory provision of 60 days for salvadorans to be able to request a free birth certificate, which is necessary to apply for the Documento Único de Identidad (DUI).
The Alianza Republicana Nacionalista (ARENA) party went to the facilities of the Tribunal Supremo Electoral (TSE), to register its presidential ticket for the 2024 elections.
Today, tuesday, october 3, begins the period for each political party to carry out electoral propaganda for the election of President and Vice President of the Republic, which ends on january 31, 2024.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has extended from 60 days to 18 months the re-registration periods under the Temporary Protected Status (TPS) designations of El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua and Sudan.
The presidential and legislative elections to be held in february 2024 are getting closer and closer, so the Tribunal Supremo Electoral (TSE), continues to announce the requirements for salvadorans abroad to exercise their vote.
The Finance Committee of the Legislative Assembly held a session to analyze several budget reallocations for the fiscal year 2023, in order to be able to carry out projects in the agriculture, security and safety sectors.
Cristian Flores, Presidential Commissioner for Strategic Projects, detailed in a radio interview that by 2023, US$737.6 million will be invested in infrastructure, safety and signaling, as well as mitigation works in the country's road network.
The Central Government continues to employ strategies to improve and bring the services of different institutions closer to the population, as well as to salvadorans living abroad. One of these is the issuance, replacement and renewal of the Documento Único de Identidad (DUI).