Nayib Bukele rules out ‘any kind of reform’ related to abortion rights and same-sex marriage
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Bull Nayib Bukler has decided not to propose reforms related to what he himself calls “the right to life” or marriage equality.
El Salvador’s president noted in a Facebook post that the proposed reforms to be submitted to the country’s Congress would not decriminalize abortion, legalize same-sex marriage or allow euthanasia, Reuters reported.
“In order to remove any doubt, I have decided not to propose any kind of reforms to any of the clauses related to the right to life (from the moment of conception), marriage (only the original design, one man and one woman) or euthanasia,” Bukele reported in his statement. wrote on the Facebook page.
According to Reuters, the country’s Vice President Felix Ulloa sent Bukler measures that included the extension and early termination of the presidency and the creation of a new body to replace the current electoral court.
The president did not mention any plans to extend his term or say when it would be brought to Congress.
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Reuters notes that El Salvador has one of the strictest anti-abortion laws in the Americas.
Meanwhile, in the early hours of Monday, Booker tweeted what he called a “presidential tip,” claiming that “if you buy the dip, they can never beat you.”
The president announced that El Salvador had bought 150 new BTC, so the country now has 700 BTC.
We just bought dipping sauce.
El Salvador now has 700 coins. #bitcoin
— NAYIB BUKELE (@NAYIBBUKELE) September 20, 2021
At press time, a single BTC is priced at $45,788.07. The cryptocurrency lost 4.71% in 24 hours. This means that El Salvador currently holds $32.05 million worth of BTC.
Crypto Twitter highlights the president’s stance on issues related to LGBTQ rights and abortion.
While crypto Twitter is gushing over @NAYIBBUKELE, I want to remind everyone of two of his prominent political points:
Same-sex marriage – very much against
Abortion – even against victims of rape and incest
I’m an adult, so I applaud his bold stance on $BTC, but that’s about it.
— Jay Smith (@JAYNEMESIS) June 7, 2021
@NAYIBBUKELE about accepting #BITCOIN but what about same-sex marriage and abortion?
— Mars BTC (@MARTIANBTC) June 6, 2021
Last week, there were riots in El Salvador’s capital on Independence Day, when protesters set fire to BTC ATMs, according to information provided by Decrypt.
Bukele, one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people, was accused of “no tolerance for criticism or opposition” by Mexican journalist Daniel Lizárraga, who claims to have been expelled from El Salvador.