Bukele will gradually make cabinet changes in the coming months

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By LatAm Reports Staff Writers

The Presidency reported, four days after Bukele took office, the first two changes in his Cabinet through a statement.

The outgoing cabinet will remain in office until Bukele decides on changes.

The Presidency of the Republic announced Wednesday that Nayib Bukele will make changes in his cabinet “skate” in the coming months, after announcing two new officials.

President Bukele will gradually report over the coming months on all the necessary trucks to be made in the Cabinet and in the ministerial structure, the statement details.

The communiqué indicates that this time the rules have changed, as the announcement of evaluations and changes was expected to be made on June 1 in the afternoon, however, it was not so, allegedly because the government makes an “extensive and responsible” evaluation to elect the officials.

Unlike previous administrations where there was no continuity in the management, this government has the blessing of being able to carry out an extensive detailed and responsible evaluation to elect the most suitable officials ensuring that they comply with the credentials of the position and the objectives set out in the new presidential term, says the presidential House statement.

Two first changes

Four days after Nayib Bukele took office in his second consecutive term as President of the Republic, the Presidency reported on the first two changes in the government cabinet. Attorney Adolfo Gerardo Muñoz Cisneros as legal secretary of the Presidency, replacing Conan Castro and the deputy, Rodrigo Ayala, as president of the Agency for the Promotion of Investments and Exports of El Salvador (Invest) instead of Salvador Gómez Gochez.

Capres’ statement issued on June 5 at 6:00 a.m. explains that the President of the Republic, Nayib Bukele, announces this day the first two changes in his Cabinet of Government, which will have the enormous responsibility of maintaining the historic results in security, while other important needs are resolved, starting with economy.

About the rest of the outgoing Cabinet officials (2019-2024) Capres reports that “they remain until the next announcements in their positions”

This article has been translated after first appearing in El Mundo Diario