El Salvador’s Bukele offers to ‘fix’ chaos-torn Haiti

President Nayib Bukele

El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele has extended a helping hand to crisis-ridden Haiti, offering to assist in resolving the chaos caused by criminal groups in recent days. Known for his tough stance on gang violence, Bukele believes he can bring stability to the tumultuous situation in Haiti. The 42-year-old leader, who enjoys widespread popularity in Latin America, has expressed his readiness to take action with the support of a United Nations Security Council resolution and the approval of the host country.

Despite concerns from human rights activists regarding his approach to tackling crime, Bukele remains determined to address the crisis in Haiti. His proposal for intervention underscores the urgent need for coordinated efforts to restore peace and security to the troubled nation. Stay tuned for further developments on this promising initiative.

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