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El Salvador necesita una Fiscalía General eficiente, señala procurador

Procurador Oscar Luna/Foto Ramón Jiménez.Por Ramón Jiménez

En El Salvador todavía se cometen 12 homicidios diarios y la gran mayoría de esos crímenes quedan impunes, porque noOctober 29, 2011Comments Off on El Salvador necesita una Fiscalía General eficiente, señala procuradorRead More

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