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El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele to Speak at CPAC

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Nayib Bukele, the recently re-elected president of El Salvador, is set to speak at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Maryland. CPAC, a major conservative gathering, will also feature former President Donald Trump and aims to energize international conservatives.

Bukele plans to discuss his efforts to combat crime in El Salvador.

“It is our high honor to announce that El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele will add his voice on our opening day,” ACU and CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp said.

The conference seeks to rally against globalism and empower conservatives globally, with the inclusion of other conservative leaders such as Santiago Abascal of Spain.

“Bukele is an unapologetic traditionalist who encourages the American people to rediscover the values that made her strong and spread a freedom revolution that is now in jeopardy. In America, Hispanic voters, once a main component of the left’s political coalition, are realizing that the Socialist Democrat party hates their faith, their families, their traditions and their patriotism to their chosen country.”

“It’s truly an honor to join CPAC and discuss our commitment to ensuring governments prioritize the fundamental responsibility of citizen safety,” Bukele said. “Without security we cannot have progress.”

“People all over the world are waking up to the woke Marxist nightmare being orchestrated by the World Economic Forum, a handful of authoritarian regimes, and powerful western elites. CPAC has been meeting with grassroots forces in every corner of the world in an attempt to mount the pushback,” Schlapp said.

“That moment is coming soon. CPAC 2024 will rally around a call to defeat globalism and all its evil intents on those with little power money and influence.”

“We just announced that Spain’s Santiago Abascal, a leading conservative elected official, will address our conference just as PM Georgia Meloni did before she became Italy’s Prime Minister,” Schlapp said.

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