Post by Samantha Van Oranje on Mar 2, 2016 13:27:12 GMT
In some smaller newspapers or bulletins:
25-2-2047. From Middle America
Unrest in El Salvador
People in San Salvador are marching through the streets and demonstrating against its current government. They demand that the current government step down in order of dissatisfaction about certain changes of policy. Like the promises about more work, payments and higher/better education are not being done. People are not happy with the lies that their leaders have painted before them.
Another big problem that the country faces is the high murder rates. The government promised to deal with that, but the civilians are not seeing any progresses or projects being set up in order to deal with this.
Public transportation and teachers declared they are going on a 3 day strike in order to march the streets. ‘It is time for change’, they declare.
(Protests and demonstrations will occur in the next days)
Post by Samantha Van Oranje on Mar 6, 2016 16:07:09 GMT
28-2-2047. Middle America
Protests in El Salvador continues
San Salvador centre of unrest
In various cities across the country the protest keep going on. While protestors keep marching in the streets to show their disinterests, criminal organisations are more openly acting aggressive to the local law enforcers.
In the city of La Libertad a riot occurred at the harbour. While a cargo ship was being docked, the harbour personal and the crew members of the ship started a gun fight. This was the spark that this region needed to escalate even more. Weird fact is that even the local cartels are backing up the crew members of the cargo ship. Local law enforcers evacuate the area.
Meanwhile the pressure rises to the government in common to either enforce Marshal Law or resign. Civilians are hoarding food and other requirements, being afraid for the worst.
Post by Samantha Van Oranje on Mar 16, 2016 15:15:25 GMT
El Salvador at the brink of destruction
San Salvador. 12-3-2016 Protests remain. Rumours about unknown criminal organization(s)
The opposition members of the government have officially declared that they side with the inhabitants and protesters of El Salvador. The protests and riots are continuing and entering the third week. These politicians form several head spokesmen of the protesters and demand that the government needs to be disbanded.
Government officials declare that they are aware of the inhumane situation that resulted from these protests, as there is a decent shortage of food, water and medical supplies. They fear that this will result in a total outbreak. Another fear of the government in San Salvador is that the criminal organisations and cartels will grow in power and numbers while the police suffers from the demonstrations.
Meanwhile a new political movement, the ‘Revolución del Pueblo’, made their appearance. Publicly speaking to the people and promising their the solution to be for their problems, this movement gains rapidly loyalty. The movement itself, contains a number of questionable members who appears to have bonds with several regional criminal organisations. The local Military Police urged to call in Marshall Law as they fear for the worst.
In San Salvador, the National Guard is already trying to make their way to the centre of the city, as also to the governmental (infra)structures. They suffer from blockades and armed civilian neighbourhood watchers and being halted with their movements. Unconfirmed reports are that there already has been firefights between the Guard and unknown shooters in common.
There is no official report so far on 5 missing police chiefs from southern areas. Rumours are that these were kidnapped, either dead or being held as hostage. Other rumours are that this is a revenge on the police raid 1 week earlier on several smaller gangs and/or their bases of operations. The police fear for their lives, as the violence remain continuing in these areas. Rumours are that several larger gangs are taking over local control for their own benefit.
Post by Samantha Van Oranje on Apr 10, 2016 17:52:22 GMT
San Salvador in the grasps of violence
El Salvador has fallen!
Government has been disbanded.
Riots and protests in the entire country.
After a few weeks of rising unrests and demonstrations, the government has decided to disband. With the absence of 2 Ministers and the personal threats to the President of El Salvador, and the failed assassins attempt on the vice president and the chairman, the parliament has taken a run for their money. Only the Ministers of Finance, Economy, Environment & Naturel Resources and Agriculture will sit out. The rest dropped their work and abilities when the President announced the disbanding.
A few new faces will take over the abandoned posts. Also, the first official declaration of this interim-government is that there will be new elections within 1 month. They urged that the population remains calm after all these happenings.
Some new official politicians foresaw this happen. “This government brought this country down! It is time that the people regain control of their future!” and “Justice to our leaders!”, demanding that there will be investigations to corruption against former Ministers and other (semi-)leaders.
Meanwhile on several places across the country, the civilians are celebrating. They sheer and feast with this claimed ‘victory’. Yet several smaller riots still occur. Mainly at some borders, docks and dense cities.
Sceptics claim that they don’t believe either side of them. Asking out loud why this took place, who’s behind it and whether or not the future is that colourful, as some others try to predict.
Post by Samantha Van Oranje on Apr 20, 2016 9:29:50 GMT
San Salvador 30-03-2047
El Salvador’s new government
‘Problems are our challenges’
The people of El Salvador has voted and chosen for a completely different political climate in their country. A new government has been form. The representative parties in this cabinet are: Alianza Republicana Nacionalista (or ARENA), Partido de Concertación Nacional (PCN), and the new party with a decent amount of voters: ‘Revolución del Pueblo’.
(OOC: picture: Franciso Flores Pérez. Yet he is the new president under the name of Mercedes Salguero Christiani)
New president Mercedes Salguero Christiani has already made his public appearance. Speaking of a new revolution for El Salvador what will be an example for other countries, he is sure that his government can be the change that the people demand. ‘The people have spoken!’ he said.
The government has made their plans public. They want to increase trade relations with their neighbour countries, invest in education, invest in food, cut budget on governmental high tech science projects, reform the military in order to cut some budget over there as well, invest in mining, and investigate the situations around some corrupt politicians to set them as an example. As a bonus, Christiani will try to bound more with other countries to seek investment partners.
Meanwhile the violence and unrest are still slowly decreasing, but still ongoing. The missing police officers and 2 ministers aren’t found nor has any leads. A local investigation office suggest that they fled to either Guatemala or Honduras.
(OOC: this country is now unofficial under the influence of the Black Widow Army. More of this news later, in time. to be continued)