Bukele to his ministers: You are under probe, I can’t be surrounded by criminals 

El Salvador’s President Nayib Bukele has announced an inquiry into bribery allegations against government officials, including himself, aiming to combat corruption. In a video shared online, he urged the Attorney General to investigate current and past members of the executive branch, emphasizing the importance of accountability. Bukele expressed his fear of leaving a negative legacy and referenced past presidents tainted by corruption, stating his determination to be remembered as a leader who fought against corruption and prevented others from stealing. He highlighted the need to avoid associations with criminals and emphasized his commitment to transparency and integrity in governance.

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