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November 2020 Salvadoran presidential election

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Opinion polls
Registered10,519,708
Turnout79.04%
Reporting
100%
as of 1:11am SLC
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Candidate Orlando Pareja Palau Santiago Morales Cabrera César Castillo Reyes
Party Creeperian Initiative Creeperian Initiative Creeperian Initiative
Running mate Antonio Ulloa Garay Ernesto Cabrera Franco Ramiro León Carpio
Popular vote 3,292,292 3,102,185 1,920,458
Percentage 39.59% 37.31% 23.10%

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Map of El Salvador's departments and municipalities.

President before election

Alexander Giammattei Falla
Creeperian Initiative

Elected President

TBD
TBD

The November 2020 Salvadoran presidential election is an upcoming election in El Salvador that will elect a new President of El Salvador. The election is occuring at the same time as legislative elections in the country. The election is nullifying the questionable results of the previous presidential election in April 2020 that elected Alexander Giammattei Falla as President.

In the election, only the Creeperian Initiative was allowed to run candidates as per the Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement. The Initiative selected Orlando Pareja Palau, Santiago Morales Cabrera, and César Castillo Reyes as its three candidates to run in the election. Pareja Palau is a Creeperian professor while Morales Cabrera and Castillo Reyes are Creeperian politicians; Morales Cabrera is an incumbent Mayor while Castillo Reyes is a former Mayor.

The winner of the election is scheduled to be innaugurated on 1 January 2021. Incumbent President Giammattei Falla will continue to serve as President until said date. The Central Election Commission for El Salvador and the government of Creeperopolis are officially monitoring the election to prevent electoral fraud or rigging.

Background

Alexander Giammattei Falla currently serves as President of El Salvador and has since 16 January 2020.

Presidential elections occured in El Salvador in November 2019. In the election, former President Adán Tamayo Navarro was declared to have been the winner. He was sworn in on 1 January 2020. On 14 January, a series of protests errupted in Ciudad Los'Ángeles over Tamayo Navarro and his predecessor, Armando Calderón Sol, allowing the National Intelligence Directorate (DINA) to reenter the country following the declaration of martial law in August 2019.[1][2] Tamayo Navarro was assassinated only 16 days into his term on 16 January.[3] He was replaced by his Vice President, Alexander Giammattei Falla.[3] The change in leadership appeased most moderate protestors who only sought a change in government since Tamayo Navarro was a part of a political dynasty that had ruled El Salvador since 1980.[3] However, there were radical protestors who continued to oppose the new government of Giammattei Falla and continued to protest, even demanding full independence from Creeperopolis.[3] Giammattei Falla declared a state of emergency on 19 January.[4] In his declaration, he formally requested the Creeperian Armed Forces to enter El Salvador and put down the radical protestors.[4] The action was approved of by the moderate protestors who were satisfied with the regime change.[4] The Creeperian government gave the protestors until midnight on 21 January to cease protesting and the violence mostly ended by 31 January, but sporadic demonstrations continued following 31 January.[5][6][7]

On 9 April 2020, Giammattei Falla called for a snap election for 12 April to appease the protestors.[8] The protestors demanded a foreign nation should monitor the elections for fairness.[8] Six candidates were declared, four of whom were from the Creeperian Initiative and one of them was Giammattei Falla.[8] The election was postponed to 19 April since no international observer had been declared.[9] It was again postponed on 19 April for the same reason.[10] The Creeperian government official requested the government of Lyoa to be the international monitor for the election to which Lyoa agreed.[10][11] The election occured as planned on 26 April but the results were not released until 7 May when Giammattei Falla was declared the winner.[12] The results were seen as rigged and the protests continued.[citation needed]

Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement

On 7 October, the government of El Salvador and the radical protestors came to a final agreement after negotiations ended. The terms of the agreement, the Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement, were as follow:[13]

The factions also agreed that three political parties would exist: the Creeperian Initiative, the Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front, and the Salvadoran Popular Movement.[13] The three agreed that only the Creeperian Initiative could run candidates in the presidential elections and that only the Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front and the Salvadoran Popular Movement could run candidates in the legislative election.[13]

The government and protestors agreed to hold the elections on 1 November 2020 in the form as a general election. 1 November was to be set as the date for all future elections as it had been in the past.[13] The results of the previous election in April 2020 were agreed to be cancelled. Giammattei Falla agreed to continue serving as President until 1 January 2021 when the new President would take over.[13] He also agreed to not run for reelection.[13]

The new constitution would prohibit people from holding the office of President for two consecutive terms, just like the then current constitution did.[13] The constitution would also set the seat count of the Legislative Assembly at 111, each representing one legislative district in El Salvador.[13]

The Creeperian Initiative announced its candidates shortly after the signing of the agreements.[13] The Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front and the Salvadoran Popular Movement began campaigning in each of the 111 districts to earn seats for the first session of the new legislature.[13][14]

Nominations

Orlando Pareja Palau

Creeperian Initiative
1st Creeperian Initiative ticket
Orlando Pareja Palau Antonio Ulloa Garay
for President for Vice President
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Political Science Professor at
Antonio Sáenz Heredia University
(1998–2020)
17th
Mayor of El Congo
(2011–2019)

The first nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative is Orlando Óscar Pareja Palau (b. 24 July 1974), a professor of political science at the Antonio José Sáenz Heredia University in San Romero, Creeperopolis.[14] He graduated from the university he teaches at in 1998 and joined the Initiaitve the same year. Pareja Palau is well-known for his publications such as La'Liberación del Gran Sacramento, a 2007 islamophobic and homophobic historical fiction novel about a Creeperian crusade into Greater Sacramento, and Historia de Catolicismo, a 1998 islamophobic report that promotes the conspiracy theory of the "Jewish Holocaust". Pareja Palau is partly responsible for the spread of the conspiracy theory across Creeperopolis and he is also partly responsible for the mass spread of Malgaphobia across Creeperopolis in late 2019.[citation needed] He is also notorious for refusing to accept the figures of Deltinians and homosexuals in the De-Catholization, a Creeperian Civil War-era genocide perpatrated by the National Council for Peace and Order from 1933 to 1949, in his 2013 report La'De-Catolización.

Pareja Palau's running mate is Antonio Ulloa Garay (b. 18 October 1973), the former Mayor of El Congo from 2011 to 2019. He graduated from the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles in 1999 and became a lawyer and joined the Initiaitve in 2003. Ulloa Garay was chosen by then President Manuel Arboleda Guillén to be the Mayor of El Congo in 2011. He resigned as Mayor in 2019 and returned to being a lawyer.

The Pareja Palau–Ulloa Garay campaign released the following agenda for their campaign:

  1. Take a larger in the Cooperation and Development Coalition (CODECO)
  2. Spread awarness of the "Jewish Holocaust" in El Salvador
  3. Attract investors from Quebecshire
  4. Invest in the tourism market
  5. Redevelop the infrastructe of cities on the Granada River
  6. Establish a Salvadoran division of the National Intelligence Directorate
  7. Allow National Coffee and Sugar Corporation (CORNACA) investment in El Salvador
  8. Militarization of the Salvadoran National Police
  9. Establish automatic death penalty for membership in Mara Salvatrucha

Santiago Morales Cabrera

Creeperian Initiative
2nd Creeperian Initiative ticket
Santiago Morales Cabrera Ernesto Cabrera Franco
for President for Vice President
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43rd
Mayor of Santa Ana
(2006–present)
Law Professor at
University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles
(2013–present)

The second nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative is Santiago Hernán Morales Cabrera (b. 16 September 1969), the incumbent mayor of Santa Ana in Santa Ana, Creeperopolis.[14] He graduated from the University of Santa Ana in 1991 and joined the Initiaitve the same year. Morales Cabrera became mayor of Santa Ana in 2006.

Morales Cabrera's running mate is Ernesto Cabrera Franco (b. 19 June 1972), a law professor at the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles. He graduated from that university in 1996.

The Morales Cabrera–Cabrera Franco campaign released the following agenda for their campaign:

  1. Construct a high speed rail line from Ciudad Los'Ángeles to El Congo
  2. Renovate Rafael Campo Pomar International Airport
  3. Attract investors from Greater Sacramento
  4. Establish a National Welfare Initiative
  5. Change the flag, motto, and anthem to Salvadoran Spanish
  6. Allow National Mining and Smelting Corporation (CORNAMIF) investment in El Salvador
  7. Pass reforms of the Salvadoran National Police
  8. Establish a Salvadoran division of the National Intelligence Directorate
  9. Place limitations and restrictions on the death penalty

César Castillo Reyes

Creeperian Initiative
3rd Creeperian Initiative ticket
César Castillo Reyes Ramiro León Carpio
for President for Vice President
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11th
Mayor of Sonsonate
(2004–2018)
Political Science Professor at
University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles
(2011–present)

The third nomination for President put forth by the Creeperian Initiative is César Romero Castillo Reyes (b. 14 October 1970), the former mayor of Sonsonate in Sonsonate, Creeperopolis.[14] He graduated from the University of Sonsonate in 1992 and joined the Initiaitve the in 1993. Castillo Reyes became mayor of Santa Ana in 2004 and resigned in 2018.

Castillo Reyes's running mate is Ramiro León Carpio (b. 3 March 1974), a political science professor at the University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles. He graduated from that university in 1996.

The Castillo Reyes–León Carpio campaign released the following agenda for their campaign:

  1. Establish local elections
  2. Invest in the tourism market
  3. Attract investors from Eminople
  4. Allow United Creeperian Banana Company (EMUPLAC) investment in El Salvador
  5. Negotiate the reestablishment of the Salvadoran Army
  6. Reform the national education system
  7. Reduce conscription in the Creeperian Army from 4 to 2 years
  8. Subsidize the agricultural sector of northern El Salvador
  9. Transition from coal power to hydroelectricity

Endorsements

Orlando Pareja Palau

Salvadoran politicians

Foreign politicians

Organizations

Notable individuals

Santiago Morales Cabrera

Salvadoran politicians

Foreign politicians

Organizations

Notable individuals

César Castillo Reyes

Salvadoran politicians

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Foreign involvement

The Creeperian government will be overseeing and monitoring the election for transparency and to ensure there will be no voter fraud or election rigging.

Notable expressions, phrases, and statements

  • El Salvador First – Stated by Pareja Palau in the first debate, the phrase implies that he will put the interests of El Salvador before any other international interests.[15]
  • Hating Malgers is not racist. – Said by Morales Cabrera during the first debate, the phrase states that hating Malgans is not inherently racist. The term "Malger," a Malgaphobic racial slur, was used instead of the proper demonym, "Malgan."[15]
  • Malgerbeshia – Said by both Pareja Palau and Morales Cabrera during the first debate, the term is a mix of the racial slur "Malger" and the international organization known as Aurebeshia. The term implies Malgax controls the organization.[15]
  • Malger World Order or Malger–Squg World Order – A conspiracy theory pushed for by Pareja Palau and Morales Cabrera during the first debate that states that Malgax, and in some instances, Sequoyah, control the entire world from behind the scenes. Typically, it is refered to as the "Malgan(-Sequoyan) World Order," but the candidates used the racial slurs "Malger" and "Squg" in place of Malgan and Sequoyan.[15]
  • You can think that. – A phrase allegedly said by Pareja Palau in the first debate, the phrase was allegedly said in response to the debate moderator telling him "your chances at being elected are at the will of the voters."[15][better source needed] Pareja Palau denied making the remark and stated that it was "Malgan propaganda." Most international sources, most notably the Quebecshirite Broadcasting Corporation, confirmed that he did in fact make the statement.[15]

Debates

Presidential debates were scheduled for 10 October, 17 October, and 24 October. Each candidate was supposed to attend two of the three debates, however, Morales Cabrera and Pareja Palau only attended one, while Castillo Reyes attended zero.

November 2020 Salvadoran presidential election debates in El Salvador
Date Organizers Location Viewing figures
(millions)
 P  Present   S  Surrogate   NI  Not invited   A  Absent   R  Invite rescinded   I  Invited   N  No debate  
IC IC IC
10 October Gaceta Creeperiano[lower-alpha 1]

Broadcasted on: Canal 2 TCS.png Canal Dos


Moderated by: Carlos Franco Rodríguez

University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles,
Ciudad Los'Ángeles, El Salvador
1.32 P
Pareja Palau
P
Morales Cabrera
NI
Castillo Reyes
17 October El Salvadoreño[lower-alpha 2]

Broadcasted on: Canal 12 El Salvador 2018.png Canal Doce


Moderated by: Hernán Velázquez Jaramillo

University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles,
Ciudad Los'Ángeles, El Salvador
TBD NI
Pareja Palau
A
Morales Cabrera
A
Castillo Reyes
24 October Noticias de la'Iniciativa[lower-alpha 3]

Broadcasted on: TVES 10 2010.png Canal Diez


Moderated by: Ángel Monteiro Sanó

University of Ciudad Los'Ángeles,
Ciudad Los'Ángeles, El Salvador
TBD N
Pareja Palau
NI
Morales Cabrera
R
Castillo Reyes

First debate

Santiago Morales Cabrera at the first debate.

The first debate occured in Ciudad Los'Ángeles on 10 October. It was hosted by the Gaceta Creeperiano and was broadcasted on Channel Two inside El Salvador and Creeperopolis. It was also broadcasted by Poste du Port in Puerto Francisco and the Quebecshirite Broadcasting Corporation in Quebecshire.[16] The Quebecshirite broadcasters translated the debate into Quebecshirite for their audiences.[16] Terranilian National News broadcasted it in Terranihil. Pareja Palau and Morales Cabrera took part in the debate.

The debate began with by Morales Cabrera taking a moment to outline his goals for a lot of internal reform and "building alongside that" such as rail improvements from Ciudad Los'Ángeles to El Congo and a renovation of the Rafael Campo Pomar International Airport. He stated his desire for international investments in El Salvador stating he wants to "[i]mprov[e] El Salvador itself while maintaining [the] benefits we already have." Pareja Palau began his opening statement by stating that his campaign was about "Salvadorans above all else with Creeperans second." He focused on Salvadoran economy and the Cooperation and Development Coalition in his opening statement, specifying that he wants El Salvador to take a larger role in international trade. He wants heavy invetsment into tourism and mentioned specific spots to focus on for tourists such as the Trial of Flowers in Ciudad Los'Ángeles and the Piedras Gordas Waterfall.

The moderator, Carlos Franco Rodríguez of the Gaceta Creeperiano, presented four general and introduction questions to each candidate. The first was what each candidate believed was the most important issue the country sould address. Morales Cabrera said that the single most important issue was infastructural development and that most of his agenda was about infastructure, economy, domestic development, and innovation. He wanted to link all major cities with railroads and institute a "National Welfare Initiative." Pareja Palau stated that the most important issue was dealing with the National Intelligence Directorate presence in El Salvador. He stated that since January, people had been protesting its return since the 1956 agreement to leave, yet the DINA returned in August 2019. He stated that the first thing he would do in office would be to negotiate with the Creeperian government to have the DINA leave El Salvador or to establish Salvadoran-run DINA in the country. The second question was what the candidates would do in their first 100 days in office. Morales Cabrera stated that his first 100 days would be about the construction of a high speed railroad from Ciudad Los'Ángeles to El Congo as well as sending funds to the Rafael Campo Pomar International Airport. He also stated he would change the flag, anthem, and motto to Salvadoran Spanish from Creeperian Spanish. Pareja Palau repeated that the first thing he would do is begin negotiations with the Creeperian government about the DINA. He also added that he would invest 1 billion colóns into the tourism market and invest into the infrastructure of cities along the Granada River, stating that the roads would be "completely redone." He also stated he wanted to redevelop the airports of Ciudad Los'Ángeles, El Congo, and El Mozote for larger planes and more passengers. The third question presented was "Why should you be chosen over your opponent." Morales Cabrera said that he should be chosen over his opponent as Pareja Palau "is too quick to make his decisions and too intense." Morales Cabrera stated that his platform involved "making El Salvador for Salvadorans while [Pareja Palau's] keeps us a little too close for comfort with Creeperopolis." He stated that the current relationship with Creeperopolis was fine but he did not want to be closer. Pareja Palau claimed that Morales Cabrera was actually the one wanting to bring El Salvador closer to Creeperopolis since he was the incumbent Mayor of Santa Ana. He stated, "I want El Salvador for Salvadorans. I will get the DINA out of the country or get them to give us control of their division here." He continued by sating, "[a]ll of the money I invest during my presidency will be for El Salvador, not for Creeperopolis. [The money] will go to CODECO, not directly Creeperopolis, for [all] members of the alliance. I am the one that cares about the Salvadorans." The fourth and final general question was about what the candidates thought of the Ciudad Los'Ángeles Agreement. Morales Cabrera said that he "absolutely" supported the agreement for a peaceful settlement to the issue as the best route possible. He stated that it allowed for elections and for more say to people on how they are governed. He stated that "[it s]atisfies both sides of the argument and [it is a] generally good agreement." Pareja Palau stated "I strongly agree with the agreement. It is the best path for El Salvador to be a greater demoracy. It has been a very flawed democracy since 1970 and this is the best step for further democratization." He expressed further support for the legislative elections as well and that it provided a greater say to people.

Orlando Pareja Palau endorsed Roberto Sánchez Figueroa.
Santiago Morales Cabrera endorsed Paúl Sáenz Guerrero.

Franco Rodríguez then presented the candidates four domestic policy questions. The first question was about which political party running in the legislative elections the candidates support. Morales Cabrera stated his support for the Salvadoran Popular Movement in the legislative election stating that "the platform is the best for El Salvador. It brings something new and something fresh." He stated that Paúl Sáenz Guerrero would be "fantastic for the country." Pareja Palau endorsed Roberto Sánchez Figueroa and the Salvadoran Pro-Fatherland Front for the legislative election. He expressed that "[t]hey stick to our values that we have because we are all Catholics in the country. They hold that religion true and will put our religion and traditions and beliefs first before anything else. They have endorsed me and I will endorse them to lead our legislative part of our government." The second question was about the presence of the National Intelligence Direcorate (DINA) in El Salvador. Morales Cabrera did not support the DINA presence. He stated that there was an agreement in 1956 that they would leave, but he thought that there should be a Salvadoran division to better serve the Salvadoran government. He thought that the country having its own intelligence deptartment would be useful stating "[w]e should utilize the DINA presence already established [and] turn it into a Salvadoran agency." Pareja Palau agreed with Morales Cabrera and said that the DINA should be made a into Salvadoran agency in El Salvador. He said it can be used to crack down on crime in El Salvador. He stated, "[t]he DINA agreed to not come back, yet they have, but since they are here, we should make the best of it to make it our own and enforce our laws." Franco Rodríguez's third question was wether the Salvadoran National Police should be militarized, reformed, or remain as it currently was. Morales Cabrera said that they should "somewhat demilitarize" the national police and that it went along with plan for a Salvadoran DINA. Martial law established by Creeperopolis, but "most people not a fan of martial law and militarization of police." He wanted to replace that militarized role with a Salvadoran DINA. Pareja Palau said that they should give the police "more funds and better weapons. We need to further militarize them to help them crack down on crime." He wanted martial law lidfted and for the Creeperian Army to leave. He wanted a self sufficient militarized police to "appropriately handle with the terrorists of Mara Salvatrucha." The final question was what the candidates thought of the death penalty in El Salvador. Morales Cabrera supported the death penalty but thought that there should be limitations on the death penalty. He stated that some crimes could be downsized to life in prison, specifically stating that homosexuality should be removed from capital punishment to therapy or life imprisonment. He stated that "[n]o one is born gay. It is learned later in life. We can help cure them through therapy or life imprisonment." Pareja Palau also supported the death penalty but he did not want to remove any crimes as qualifiers. He stated he wanted to make the death penalty automatic and extrajudicial in some cases relating to gang activity.

Franco Rodríguez presented the candidates nine foreign policy questions. The first question presented was if the candidates supported foreign investment into El Salvador. Morales Cabrera stated he "absolutely" supported foreign and Creeperian investors in his agenda to allow for resource investment and job creation, specifically the National Mining and Smelting Corporation (CORNAMIF). He wanted to attract investors from all across the world and specifically Greater Sacramento to learn from their strong economy. He also said it could give new cultural influences to El Salvador. Pareja Palau supported foreign and Creeperian investors, specifically the Creeperian National Coffee and Sugar Corporation (CORNACA) to use land for growing coffee and sugar in El Salvador so El Salvador would not have to buy goods from Creeperopolis. He wanted those products in El Salvador to lower prices.[15] Wants to bring Quebecshirite investors due to trade relationship "look what Quebecshire did to them. They're the second largest economy. We want them to do that to us."[15] The second question was what the candidates thought of the Cooperation and Development Coalition (CODECO). Morales Cabrera said he was absolutely supportive of Lyoa and CODECO "brought nothing but prosperity." He wanted to maintain position in alliance as "overall benefit for El Salvador." He talked about Lyoa's natural resources wealth and floated the idea of introducing Salvadoran companies to Lyoa. Pareja Palau also supported El Salvador's involvement in CODECO, stating that membership helps the economy and makes people in El Salvador wealthier overall. He wanted CORNACA in the country to sell products to CODECO and Lyoa to increase the trading power of Salvadoran products. He brought up the general alignment of CODECO to the Terraconserva Economic Union (TEU).[15]

The notion of a Malgan ethnic cleansing, allegedly portrayed above, was denied by both candidates.

The third question began the heavily racist portion of the debate. The question was regarding El Salvador's relationship with Quebecshire. Morales Cabrera "absolutely supports El Salvador's relationship with Quebecshire." He said it was similar to the relations with CODECO, as they were "building [a] relationship with international community is helpful to our economy and for growth." He again called for international investments and mentioned it would bring El Salvador closer to the TEU. He claimed the Quebecshire is taking stand against "Malger World Order" and will help "prevent us from being taken over by the Malgers." Pareja Palau agreed with Morales Cabrera stating that Quebecshirite investment would be essential and they would be able to help the economy. He reiterated the desire to "stop the Malgers from influencing the world." He stated that "Quebecshire is essential to keeping the Malgers outside of El Salvador." The fourth question regarded the alleged Malgan ethnic cleansing which was allegedly occuring in Terranihil. Morales Cabrera stated that allegations of the Malgan ethnic cleansing is "Malger propaganda," claiming that it was an allegation to make the TEU appear racist. He stated bluntly that "hating Malgers is not racist" and claimed that "they're just trying to discredit the good international standing of Terranihil to weaken TEU and eventually destroy El Salvador." Pareja Palau stated that "this ethnic cleansing is complete Malger propaganda. Their world order is trying to destroy the TEU by slandering Terranihil and accusing Quebecshire of supporting a genocide." He stated that "Ernest Pyle's experiment in Terranihil was illegal and he is a terrorist." He expressed hope that Pyle would be turned over to the Terranihian authorities to face trial for his "crimes." He also bluntly stated "[b]ut I really wish [the Malgan ethnic cleansing] was real. It would be the best way to stop the Malgers from taking over the world. Terranihil, please initiate that into your country." The fifth question regarded El Salvador's relations with the TEU. Morales Cabrera wished to improve relations with "the whole TEU in general. It is a great way to prevent the Malgers from utilizing their Squg puppets to destroy El Salvador. Any country wishing to oppose Malgers and Squgs is a country we should do business with." Pareja Palau agreed with Morales Cabrera and said that El Salvador should be focused on broader TEU. He stated, "[l]ike my opponent said, we need to get closer with them to stop the Squgs in Sequoyah. One of their presidential candidates literally wants to militairze the border, [and] that's an act of aggression." He claimed that Sequoyan "aggression" against Creeperopolis was a part of the "Malger World Order's" plan and that TCN Resolution 002 was to destroy Creeperopolis and El Salvador. He claimed that "Quebecshire and what became the TEU came to Creeperopolis's defense to stop the Malgers and Squgs from destroying our country." He ran out of his alloted time and Franco Rodríguez informed him that his time was up, but Pareja Palau told him to "shut up, you're like a Malger" and continued talking for ten more seconds.[15]

The Terraconserva Council of Nations allegedly attempted to "destroy Creeperopolis and El Salvador" through three TCN Resolutions: 002, 004, and 006.[17][18][19] Resolutions 002 and 004 were both vetoed by Quebecshire while 006 was repealed by TCN Resolution 009.[20][21][22]

The sixth question was about Paleocacherian and Malgan investment and involvement in Sequoyah. Morales Cabrera stated that the "Malger–Squg World Order is something that is attempting to establish itself." He said that Paleocacherian and Malgan behavior in Sequoyah was a threat to security and existence of the nation. He stated, "[i]t's obvious that [Malgax] intends to use Sequoyah as a puppet to send [Sequoyans] northward to destroy Creeperopolis and El Salvador" and that recent actions threatened the power balance in the Southern Continent. He said that Creeperopolis should annex "Squg state." Pareja Palau said, "[y]es, these revelations are absolutely a threat to Salvadoran existence." He claimed that "Paleocacher is bending over and bootlicking for the Malgers. The Malgers are controlling Aurebeshia." He claimed that Malgax still supported Sequoyah covertly. He stated that the "Malgers supported Morova, the international pariah." He credited Creeperopolis for the Morovan "obliteration" in April 2020. He stated that the "Malgers need to be stopped. Squgs need to be stopped. Paleocacher needs to stop bending over for Malgax and Aurebeshia. They need to leave Aurebeshia. The Malgers need to be punished for supporting Sequoyah." He argued with the moderator when told his time had elapsed several times. The seventh question regarded allegations that the TEU was an imperialist organization. Morales Cabrera stated that the TEU was not an imperialist organization and that the allegation was a "Malger propaganda piece" and that "Malgax is imperialist." He stated that "[a]ll the TEU has done is benefit each [nation] and unify to support each [nation]." He stated that the TEU is anti-imperialist and "preventing Malgers from taking over the plant." Pareja Palau said that the "TEU is essential for El Salvador's existence. It is not at all imperialistic." He claimed that it is an economic union to aid member states and protect them. He continued, "[t]he TEU are not the imperialists, the Aurebeshia Malgers are the imperialists." He listed the Aurebeshian member states and said that they're all imperialists. He claimed that the Aurebesh constitution requires homosexuality to join. The eighth question regarded allegations that Aurebeshia was an imperialist organization. Morales Cabrera said that Aurebeshia "is absolutely imperialist" and "under control of the Malgers" and claimed that they "force you to be gay to join [Aurebeshia]" and that the Malgers want to "take over the world." He said that Aurebeshia should be condemned as imperialist and claimed that Aurebeshia is controlled by "Malger World Empire." Pareja Palau stated that "Aurebeshia is most definitely imperialist." He brought up the homosexuality clause in article one claim again and he claimed that TCN Resolutions 002, 004, and 006 were meant to "destroy our country." He claimed that "[Aurebeshia] just felll apart with TCN Resolution 009" stating that "[t]hey can't even go through with their plans. They're too gay to do so." He said that Malgax must be stopped and that Malgax "is using the Squgs and Lincoln to destroy our country. He called for the dismantling and opposing Aurebeshia. The last question allowed the candidates to address any issue not yet addressed that they wanted to bring attention to. Morales Cabrera mentioned "moving to reestablish El Salvador having its own sort of government" and said that the Lyoan government should be directly supported by a Salvadoran DINA against insurgents that were "probably backed by the Malger government." Pareja Palau addressed the alleged "Jewish Holocaust" conspiracy theory in Greater Sacramento. The stated that the rest of world must know the truth of the "Jewish Holocaust." He stated that "[w]e will destroy the Malgers, stop Aurebeshia, and spread the truth [of the "Jewish Holocaust"] across the entire world." He claimed that the Malgans were hiding the truth.[15]

One audience question was presented by the moderator. It was regarding Salvadoran relations with Eminople and if they should begin diplomacy. Morales Cabrera stated "absolutely not" on improving relations with Eminople "until they leave Malgerbeshia." Pareja Palau, on the other hand, wanted to engage in diplomacy "now" to "inform them that the Malgers are controlling their government." He thought that he can help them leave the "Aurebesh-Malger-Squg superstate." Allegeations are made that a question was denied regarding Pareja Palau allegedly saying "[y]ou can think that" when Franco Rodríguez told him "your chances at being elected are at the will of the voters."[15][better source needed] Pareja Palau denied making the remark, stating that it was "Malgan propaganda."

The moderator allowed the two to make their closing statements. Pareja Palau stated that El Salvador "must be put first." He wanted to improve the economy and bring foreign and Creeperian investment for growth and cheaper goods. He wanted to "support CODECO and oppose Malgers and stop Malgerbeshia." He wanted to "support our economy and our people first before anyone else." Morales Cabrera stated "we should focus a lot of internal development." He mentioned his plan for a high spead rail line, airport renovations, and international investments. He mentioned his proposed National Welfare Initiatve to physically benefit the country and to benefit its people to "prevent a Malger takeover of our country." He said that if elected, "there will be no destruction of El Salvador. We will continue to grow and prosper without any Malger interference."

International reactions to the first debate

A tweet made by Pareja Palau on 11 October caused controversey in Quebecshire when the SRQ claimed that he accused them of being "Malgan propaganda."

During the debate, the world "Malger," a Malgaphobic racial slur, was said a total of 69 times while "Squg," an anti-Sequoyan racial slur, was said around 40 times.[15] The Liberal Union of Gagium denounced the "overt racism" of the debate and stated that it would continue to fight racism "aborad and at home." Terranilian National News stated that the audiences that watched the debate "approve[d] of both candidates, especially regarding Malgax and Aurebeshia." Domitien Ntaryamira, a Lyoan politician, stated that he approved the candidates' "strong stance against homosexuality."

The Quebecshirite Broadcasting Corporation (SRQ) stated that it was a "passionate debate" full of "fiscal intelligence and social falsehoods, with a firey ultranationalism." It stated that Quebecshirites thought that both candidates were socially delusional but that Pareja Palau was "economically best for both Quebecshire and El Salvador."[15] According to the SRQ in an analysis posted the day after the debate, only 12% of its viewers or readers believed the candidates demonstrated "a state of stability and informedness" on social issues.[15]

Second deabte

The second debate was scheduled to take place in Ciudad Los'Ángeles on 17 October and it was supposed to be hosted by El Salvadoreño and broadcasted on Channel Twelve, but both invitees, Morales Cabrera and Castillo Reyes, did not show up to the debate and the debate was canceled by the Salvadoran government. Both candidates failing to attend the debate caused both of their polling numbers to fall substantially with a significant increase in respondents stating they prefer Praeja Palau or are "Undecided" instead of either Morales Cabrera or Castillo Reyes.

Initiative complaint

The day following the debate's cancelation, both El Salvadoreño and Channel Twelve filed a complaint with the Creeperian Initiative over the loss of money in organizating the debate.[23] Both lost an estimated $34 million colóns in organizating the debates.[23] The Initiative paid both media outlets $34 million colóns in compensation.[23] To compensate itself, the Initiative fined both candidates $34 million colóns and subsequently uninvited Castillo Reyes from the third debate against Pareja Palau.[23]

Third debate

The first debate was supposed to take place in Ciudad Los'Ángeles on 24 October. It was supposed to be hosted by Noticias de la'Iniciativa and was planned to be broadcasted on Channel Ten. Pareja Palau and Castillo Reyes were invited to take part in the debate, but Castillo Reyes' invitation was revoked after he failed to attend the second debate.[23] The debate moderator, Ángel Monteiro Sanó, failed to attend the debate and the debate was canceled.

Opinion polls

Date Polling firm Sample size Nayib Bukele - 2019 (48342383356) (cropped).jpg President Trump and the First Lady Welcome the President and First Lady of Guatemala (49238996191) (cropped).jpg Guillermo Castillo Reyes (07-2019) (cropped).jpg Undecided None/abstaining Lead
Pareja Palau
(IC)
Morales Cabrera
(IC)
Castillo Reyes
(IC)
7 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,291 36 23 30 6 5 6
7 October 2020 El Salvadoreño 1,284 26 25 30 10 9 4
7 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,239 33 31 32 3 1 1
7 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 1,481 21 37 33 7 2 4
7 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,028 40 20 36 2 2 4
7 October 2020 Romeristos Salvadoreños 1,111 28 35 32 3 2 3
8 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,248 36 25 29 7 3 7
8 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,418 33 30 30 4 3 3
9 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,333 32 28 33 5 2 1
9 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,381 32 31 31 3 3 1
10 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,831 40 34 24 1 1 6
10 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 2,418 42 39 15 3 1 3
10 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 1,219 40 42 16 1 1 2
10 October 2020 Romeristos Salvadoreños 1,381 33 39 17 7 4 6
11 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,291 52 37 9 1 1 15
11 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 1,319 40 45 13 1 1 5
12 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 985 30 56 11 2 1 26
12 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,219 35 34 20 8 3 1
13 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,194 35 34 19 8 4 1
14 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,048 40 36 20 2 2 4
14 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 1,391 36 39 23 1 1 3
15 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,381 38 36 23 2 1 2
15 October 2020 Romeristos Salvadoreños 1,024 37 39 18 4 2 2
16 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,294 36 35 24 3 2 1
17 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,921 56 22 9 10 3 34
17 October 2020 Ciudadanos Salvadoreños 1,284 48 21 14 15 2 27
17 October 2020 Noticias de la'Iniciativa 1,371 63 19 8 7 3 44
18 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,028 47 25 22 4 2 2
19 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,239 39 30 24 4 3 9
20 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,483 45 23 20 7 5 22
21 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,383 44 25 21 7 3 19
22 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,845 50 31 17 1 1 19
23 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,845 52 25 20 2 1 27
24 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,373 48 23 27 1 1 25
25 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,373 49 32 15 1 3 17
26 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,048 50 33 10 6 1 17
27 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,048 51 33 11 3 2 18
28 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,384 49 30 13 5 3 19
29 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,394 45 35 18 1 1 10
30 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,394 50 30 11 7 2 20
31 October 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,284 51 40 7 1 1 11
1 November 2020 Gaceta Creeperiano 1,344 49 41 8 1 1 8
Overall 50,980 41.36 32.14 20.19 4.43 1.88 9.22
Salvadoran 2020 November Presidential Election Opinion Polls Oct 7–Nov 1.png

Results

Results overall

42.75% 39.89% 17.36%
Pareja Palau Morales Cabrera Castillo Reyes

Results by department

Legend
Departments won by Pareja Palau
Departments won by Morales Cabrera
Departments won by Castillo Reyes
Departments not yet determined
DW Departments Won
Department Orlando Pareja Palau
Initiative
Santiago Morales Cabrera
Initiative
César Castillo Reyes
Initiative
Margin Total
votes
Sources
Votes % DW Votes % DW Votes % DW Votes %
El Calabozo 267,532 42.59% 283,403 45.11% 1 77,229 12.30% 15,871 2.52% 628,164 [24]
El Congo 400,298 42.01% 1 370,317 38.86% 182,315 19.13% 29,981 3.15% 952,930 [25]
El Mozote 267,481 37.97% 284,655 40.41% 1 152,337 21.62% 17,174 2.44% 704,473 [26]
El Paraíso 281,037 50.84% 1 161,410 29.20% 110,382 19.96% 119,627 21.64% 552,829 [27]
Los'Ángeles TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Ñancahuazú 681,706 40.41% 709,205 42.04% 1 296,083 17.55% 27,499 1.63% 1,686,994 [28]
Nuevo Honduras TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Santa Ana del Norte TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Vallepital 180,376 53.47% 1 130,519 38.69% 26,447 7.84 49,857 14.78% 337,342 [29]

Resulsts by municipality

Legend
Municipalities won by Pareja Palau
Municipalities won by Morales Cabrera
Municipalities won by Castillo Reyes
Municipalities not yet determined
MW Municipalities Won
Municiaplity Orlando Pareja Palau
Initiative
Santiago Morales Cabrera
Initiative
César Castillo Reyes
Initiative
Margin Total
votes
Sources
Votes % MW Votes % MW Votes % MW Votes %
Aguaguiri 26,028 53.12% 1 17,583 35.89% 5,384 10.99% 8,445 17.23% 48,995 [30]
Alorican 40,472 41.07% 43,382 44.03% 1 14,683 14.90% 2,910 2.96% 98,537 [30]
Amanimo 28,261 39.16% 1 26,371 36.54% 17,544 24.30% 1,890 2.62% 72,176 [30]
Amidino TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Amijar TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Antirate 22,183 50.29% 1 18,374 41.66% 3,548 8.05% 3,809 8.60% 44,105 [30]
Apocagua 113,483 40.43% 1 112,385 40.04% 54,822 19.53% 1,098 0.39% 280,690 [25]
Arenejo 43,584 43.94% 1 43,114 43.47% 12,483 12.59% 470 0.47% 99,181 [24]
Aririca 94,833 41.99% 113,183 50.11% 1 17,852 7.90% 18,350 8.12% 225,868 [30]
Arrata 55,282 42.28% 1 53,284 40.75% 22,182 16.97% 1,998 1.53% 130,748 [24]
Ataranza TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Ayutupango 45,748 41.11% 1 40,573 36.46% 24,962 22.43% 5,175 4.65% 111,283 [26]
Azasica TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Bejutiva 25,274 56.11% 1 13,482 29.93% 6,288 13.96% 11,792 26.18% 45,044 [30]
Borones TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Bugamito TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Caimirobos TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Caito 54,281 56.69% 1 32,182 33.61% 9,282 9.70% 22,099 23.08% 95,745 [24]
Carrilos 17,188 52.22% 1 13,282 40.35% 2,444 7.43% 3,906 11.87% 32,914 [30]
Cazan 17,475 38.54% 22,584 49.80% 1 5,288 11.66% 5,109 11.26% 45,347 [29]
Ciudad Los'Ángeles 180,485 37.91% 217,274 45.63% 1 78,375 16.46% 36,789 7.72% 476,134 [30]
Chimallas 44,377 40.89% 46,275 42.64% 1 17,874 16.47% 1,898 1.75% 108,526 [30]
Chirilan 30,572 58.20% 1 13,583 25.86% 8,372 15.94% 16,989 32.34% 52,527 [30]
Chirinome TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Chirisa TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Cojutepera TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Comimula 25,456 40.20% 26,285 41.51% 1 11,577 18.29% 829 1.31% 63,318 [30]
Coraranza 14,333 33.30% 15,272 35.49% 1 13,432 31.21% 939 2.19% 43,037 [30]
Coricia 10,294 41.88% 11,000 44.75% 1 3,288 13.375 706 2.87% 24,582 [29]
Cormoto TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Currilades TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Dedabat 17,874 39.96% 18,384 41.10% 1 8,477 18.94% 510 1.14% 44,735 [30]
Dancaome TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Dipilto TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
El Calabozo 114,385 37.81% 154,823 51.18% 1 33,282 11.01% 40,438 13.37% 302,490 [24]
El Congo 175,576 39.96% 177,383 40.37% 1 86,383 19.67% 1,807 0.41% 439,342 [25]
El Coria 23,474 50.56% 1 15,372 33.11% 7,582 16.33% 8,102 17.45% 46,428 [25]
El Mararosa 11,288 65.04% 1 3,583 20.64% 2,485 14.32% 8,803 44.40% 17,356 [29]
El Maracala 103,285 39.56% 104,583 40.07% 1 53,222 20.37% 1,298 0.51% 261,090 [28]
El Mozote 117,685 38.11% 121,360 39.30% 1 69,753 22.59% 3,675 1.19% 308,798 [26]
El Nismada TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
El Paimango 8,284 80.94% 1 1,495 14.61% 456 4.45% 6,789 66.33% 10,235 [29]
El Paitoto 69,274 39.46% 75,383 42.94% 1 30,916 17.60% 6,109 3.48% 175,573 [28]
El Paraíso 113,292 42.28% 1 101,293 37.79% 53,387 19.93% 11,999 4.49% 267,972 [27]
El Rosamoros 7,378 30.43% 10,484 43.24% 1 6,382 26.33% 3,106 12.18% 24,244
El Tumramos 28,284 98.58% 1 294 1.02% 111 0.40% 27,990 97.56% 28,689 [29]
Escacona 68,283 48.01% 1 45,689 32.13% 28,244 19.86% 22,594 15.88% 142,216 [25]
Estanpango 67,383 61.73% 1 20,192 18.49% 21,582 19.78% 45,801 41.95% 109,157 [27]
Fraicapan 8,294 82.45% 1 1,445 14.36% 321 3.19% 6,849 68.09% 10,060 [29]
Guadaza TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Gualatillo 8,274 29.04% 18,733 65.76% 1 1,480 5.20% 10,459 36.72% 28,487 [29]
Guatacate 110,329 45.78% 1 77,383 32.11% 53,284 22.11% 32,946 13.67% 240,996 [28]
Jacoya 7,184 84.17% 1 1,248 14.62% 103 1.21% 5,936 69.55% 8,535 [29]
Jasaya TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Jeriros TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Jimeri TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Jujulutan TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Junlupe 19,482 44.02% 19,488 44.04% 1 5,284 11.94% 6 0.02% 44,254 [25]
Jupera TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
La Pasenti TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
La Timira 24,385 46.54% 25,723 49.10% 1 2,284 4.36% 1,338 2.56% 52,392 [29]
Lejadia TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Los Sanrita 19,484 46.00% 20,284 47.89% 1 2,585 6.11% 800 1.89% 42,353 [29]
Matidro TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Mazatenuatla 55,766 57.73% 1 20,283 20.99% 20,555 21.28% 35,211 36.45% 96,604 [27]
Miraran TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Monpan TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Monrito 38,824 36.18% 50,844 46.07% 1 22,197 17.75% 12,020 9.89% 110,365 [28]
Morrichapa TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Mulasa TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Mutapa 5,280 47.17% 632 5.65% 5,281 47.18% 1 1 0.01% 11,193 [29]
Nandarados 16,274 41.90% 20,184 51.96% 1 2,385 6.14% 3,910 10.06% 38,843 [29]
Nandasmo TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Nuedina TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Ontadi 6,302 99.45% 1 33 0.54% 2 0.01% 6,269 98.91% 6,337 [29]
Pario 33,282 38.99% 39,584 46.38% 1 12,482 14.63% 6,302 7.39% 85,348 [28]
Patamula TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Patzuela TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Piedras Gordas 44,583 39.24% 53,544 47.13% 1 15,484 13.63% 8,961 7.89% 113,611 [28]
Pomocia TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Pomolina TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Poneja TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Popcaja 23,192 52.90% 1 13,147 29.99% 7,499 17.11% 10,045 22.91% 43,838 [26]
Posozonte TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Probac TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Puerdega TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Rosada TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Samago 78,284 40.77% 80,348 41.85% 1 33,377 17.38% 2,064 1.08% 192,009 [28]
San Bevo TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
San Clachito TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
San Estedina TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
San Fracero 23,322 55.43% 1 10,281 24.43% 8,475 20.14% 13,041 31.00% 42,078 [27]
San Jelejo 21,274 57.47% 1 9,361 25.29% 6,383 17.24% 11,913 32.18% 37,018 [27]
San Jemitas TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Santa Telina 55,283 54.71% 1 33,284 31.64% 12,485 13.65% 21,999 23.07% 101,052 [28]
Sanneja TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Santa Barrancho 80,856 33.65% 109,305 45.49% 1 50,123 20.86% 28,449 11.84% 240,284 [26]
Sarrente 103,282 45.88% 1 97,274 43.21% 24,555 10.91% 6,008 2.67% 225,111 [28]
Sesoluca TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Sonsochapan TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Sosaya TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Tecurican 78,274 42.24% 1 73,547 39.69% 33,499 18.07% 4,727 2.55% 185,320 [28]
Tenanzaya TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Terrazas TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Tonapa 9,274 71.71% 1 3,281 25.37% 378 2.29% 5,993 46.34% 12,933 [29]
Totodasmo TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Yalmeri TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Yaquin TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Yavinosi TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Yemewee TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Zambrayagua TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD TBD
Zarajachel 70,288 71.50% 1 23,431 23.84% 4,582 4.66% 46,857 47.66% 98,301 [28]

See also

Notes

  1. The Gaceta Creeperiano is a right-wing news outlet.
  2. El Salvadoreño is a centrist news outlet.
  3. Noticias de la'Iniciativa is a far-right news outlet.

References

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