The family of a young man killed during the protests reported with videos the harassment of the National Police that came to photograph them.
The dictatorship refuses to free many of the political prisoners that led the protests or have become symbols of the rebellion.
The Salvadoran Prosecutor’s Office recently raided Alba Petróleos as part of an investigation of 27 companies run by José Luis Merino.
Accused of terrorism, arson, aggravated robbery and obstructing public services to the detriment of the State, he is in prison since March 7.
Political analysts believe that the dictatorship will come out weakened or will have to make concessions on thus far non-negotiable issues.
Land takeovers are “aimed at undermining the national adversaries”. They discount the possibility that Ortega would risk expropriating foreigners.
The Ortega-Murillo government, accused of “crimes against humanity”, have deployed shock troops and paramilitary forces to quash the citizen rebellion