Central America: Dividing the Spoils

Salvadoran rightists form a coalition, freezing out Duarte

During his Palm Sunday sermon in San Salvador's Metropolitan Cathedral, Monsignor Arturo Rivera y Damas spoke of "this resurrection that renews our hope that sooner or later our people too will be revived." At that very hour, a recently elected member of the new constituent assembly, David Joaquín Quinteros, 42, a father of five, died at the Policlinica Hospital a mile away. Quinteros, a member of the right-wing Nationalist Republican Alliance (ARENA), had been abducted the night before as he left a restaurant. Two hours later, he was found in a garbage dump...

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