” Since the civil war, a struggle has been seen in the state of El Salvador to redefine itself and what it stands for. Unfortunately, a close to the civil war does not automatically ensure a return to the previous administrative setup that was indicative of a happier and more peaceful time. The consequences of the civil war have pushed El Salvador into more poverty than ever before. The environment of the Salvadoran land has deteriorated with the raging of civil war. The Economic and social inequality that figured prominently before the start of the civil war is still very much there. As such, the role of the USA was detrimental to the Salvadoran population on the whole rather than in helping them achieve a solid ground where they could elect their own representatives and try to come up with solutions leading to a healthier and economically sound lifestyle. The complexity of day to day living is mirrored in the testimonies of the previously detailed eyewitnesses and academics. It was Moakley’s Report that triggered hue and cry from the international community towards a safer El Salvador. Sponsored talks by the United Nations did help in allowing both the involved parties in reaching a common ground but could not give back the seventy thousand people who lost their lives. The Salvadoran During The Civil War.
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