Runoff Elections in El Salvador: What's at Stake?

  • Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014
  • Featuring Remarks By:

    Douglas Farah
    President
    IBI Consultants, &
    Senior Associate
    Americas Program

    Moderator/Discussant:

    Carl Meacham
    Director
    Americas Program

    The first round of El Salvador's presidential elections, which took place last month, resulted in a strong showing by left-wing former member of the rebel army Salvador Sanchez Ceren--but not strong enough to avoid runoffs scheduled for March 9. Join us as Douglas Farah shares his thoughts on the outcome of the runoffs, providing insight into what they might mean for El Salvador, Central America, and the Western Hemisphere.

    Open to the public; however, seating is limited. To RSVP, send name and affiliation to the Americas Program at americas@csis.org.

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