March for Peace in El Salvador

The march for peace in El Salvador will be held on Thursday, March 26 from 7:00 am and will be several hotspots in San Salvador and in all departments of El Salvador and other countries where also reside Salvadorans.

March for Peace in El Salvador

This proposal was announced these days officially by the National Council for Public Security and Violence (CNSCC), a working group composed of various sectors of society that seeks to develop proposals for a better country and reduce violence in recent years has greatly affected El Salvador.

This massive march is expected that all El Salvador take to the streets to speak out against violence, and to do precisely a decree was passed in the Legislative Assembly by which it is declared as a day of national holiday this March 26, both for public sector and private sector, and has been named “Day of Peace, Life and Justice”.

The organizers of the event were announced that a total of 13 marches were held nationwide and unite into one. In the case of the departments of San Salvador and La Libertad will be one gear, which will join the other 12 gears of the other departments; although activities are also conducted in each of the departments.

The venues in San Salvador will be located in: The Tree of Peace monument Shafik Handal, Ceiba de Guadalupe and Catedral Metropolitana. From these places the large mobilization will take to reach the Plaza Salvador del Mundo, where he is scheduled to perform the main event, to be held at 11:00 am.

The Salvadorans abroad will also hold gears; for now, activities have been confirmed in the United States, Canada, Italy (Milan), Melbourne (Australia) and Sweden.

The organizers suggest that those attending the march for peace in El Salvador are dressed in white, because it is the color that represents peace. Currently El Salvador is considered one of the most violent countries in the world, in fact it is estimated that in the month of March 2015 there has been an average of 14 murders a day.

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