Just over a year after overseeing El Salvador’s adoption of bitcoin, the Central American country’s 41-year-old president, Nayib Bukele, recently declared his intention serve another five-year term. The announcement has been criticized by some who have been quick to remind Bukele that El Salvador’s constitution prohibits presidents from serving consecutive terms.
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El Salvador’s bitcoin-embracing leader, President Nayib Bukele, recently revealed that he plans to serve another five-year term even though the country’s constitution bars presidents from serving consecutive terms. The announcement by Bukele, who reportedly enjoys high approval ratings, has been slammed by opponents and critics who accuse him of undermining the country’s democratic institutions.
According to an Al Jazeera report, the 41-year-old leader made