The Minister of Labor and Social Welfare, Rolando Castro, provided some assessments on the War Against Corruption that was announced by President Nayib Bukele, on June 1, and which is already giving clear results.
Castro emphasized that at the heart of President Bukele there is a sense of justice and a firm commitment to eradicate corruption. “Since it is the cancer that does not allow a society to progress and the main cause of poverty, inequality and the delay in social development,” he explained.
“President Nayib Bukele must have the full support of the people in this #WarAgainstCorruption,” Castro remarked.
The head of the Ministry of Labor also indicated that corruption is harmful, whether from the past or the present and it is imperative and essential to remove what is corrupt in order to move forward.
“It is extremely important that the people, the citizens, build a culture of zero tolerance for corruption, regardless of who they are,” Castro said.
Minister Castro pointed out that many thought it was impossible to put gangs that murdered humble and hard-working people in jail; nonetheless, President Bukele showed the opposite. “These jails will be incomplete if we don’t also take the criminals in coats and ties,” said the official.
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