Luca Argentero is the face of the new Molino Casillo Le foto commercial

Luca Argentero is the face of the new Molino Casillo commercial

Luca Argentero is the face of the new Molino Casillo © nc commercial

Luca Argentero is the exceptional testimonial on which Molino Casillo, the brand of the homonymous group leader in the production and marketing of quality flour and semolina, is aiming in the new advertising campaign for TV and the web.

Starting from 22 October, Molino Casillo launches four commercials dedicated to flours for bread, pizza, bread and pasta, in which the relationship between Luca Argentero and his “family” is told with irony. In each spot, with imagination and creativity, the actor manages to fulfill, thanks to Molino Casillo products, every wish of his family, concluding each story with the claim “Molino Casillo flour, for your every wish in the kitchen!”.

«I am very happy to be part of this project» comments Luca Argentero. «Over the course of about 20 years of career I have made a great selection in working alongside a brand and consequently a product, but I find that flour is a fundamental asset in this historical moment. Perhaps we have all rediscovered the importance of simple things.

What struck me the most – he underlines – was meeting not only an industrial group, but a family that manages to combine two fundamental aspects within the project: the love for their land, Puglia, through flour and the use of advanced technologies. Thus showing a look and attention to the future. I was very surprised precisely because I was expecting a decidedly more rural dimension and instead I found myself in the Silicon Valley of this sector, in a futuristic location where all this technological contribution I saw and touched firsthand. I am a big fan of bread flour. Bread contains many values, many suggestions. My bread is getting better and better especially thanks to the flours I am using ».

“The rebranding and launch of the new commercial with Argentero – states Vito Maurogiovanni, commercial and strategy director of Molino Casillo – represents a decisive turning point for our company, a repositioning of image and product for both the consumer and professional channels. . We have chosen together with the team led by Dr. Antonella Tota as testimonial of our brand Luca Argentero because he embraces our same values ​​and knows how to tell them with style and passion. A professional and a person in tune with our potential customers ».

The new Molino Casillo flour and semolina lines are part of a new range of products, premium and superpremium, extremely wide and diversified, 100% Italian wheat. For this important rebranding, a team of professionals was called to work: Salvatore Vullo (for bread), Alessandro Lo Stocco (for pizza), Paolo Sanguedolce (for dessert) and Antonio Sgarra (for pasta), with whom the Group has studied together new flours and semolina, unique and of quality, suitable for every type of need. New blends of 100% Italian wheat, new grinding systems and alternative uses of the products, non-reconstituted wholemeal flours, with natural wheat germ.

The production of the commercials was handled by Cannizzo Produzioni with the creative direction of Stefano Pulcini and Daniele Bufalini and directed by Tommaso Lusena, while the media planning by Brandinghero.


Ciudad Salud, a legacy in well-being for Michoacans

Morelia, Michoacán, October 19, 2020.- The construction of the new buildings for the Civil and Children's Hospital represents the greatest legacy that the current state administration will leave, showing that the people of Michoacán are fulfilled with facts, highlighted the Secretary of Government, Carlos Herrera Tello. When attending the inauguration of roads that connect the Civil Hospital with the Children's Hospital and the Hospital de Altas Especialidades of the ISSSTE in Ciudad Salud, the person in charge of internal policy highlighted that the hospitals will provide high quality services for the more than three million Michoacans that are served by the Ministry of Health of Michoacán (SSM). "More than three billion pesos have been invested in these hospitals, which will provide health services for Michoacanos who do not have social security from the IMSS and ISSSTE," said Herrera Tello. Carlos Herrera stressed that with 370 beds (250 census and 120 non-census) the Civil Hospital will double the capacity of care of the current hospital, which will allow to attend from general ailments, to those of high specialty. “Both hospitals are ready to be handed over to the public. With decent facilities, workers will be able to perform their work in a better way. They have the latest technology instruments. In addition to having safe access roads and a shelter for the relatives of the patients, "he concluded. The new Civil Hospital will have 38,257 square meters of surface, 47 offices and 12 operating rooms, it is envisaged that it will provide care to three million inhabitants. The Children's Hospital building will measure 19,694 square meters, will have 100 census beds, 75 non-census beds, 30 doctor's offices, six operating rooms, and it is expected that it will benefit 1,200,000 Michoacan infants.

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Children have been eating more sweets and snacks since the beginning of the corona pandemic – news

Study: Half of ten to 14 year olds exercise less

Munich (AFP) – Since the beginning of the corona pandemic, children in Germany have been eating more sweets and salty snacks and are sometimes moving less. This is the result of a survey that nutrition researchers from the Technical University of Munich (TUM) presented on Friday. According to the study, the Covid-19 pandemic increases the risk of obesity and malnutrition in children.

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The nutrition researchers at the Else Kröner Fresenius Center for Nutritional Medicine (EKFZ) at Munich University and the opinion research company Forsa surveyed around a thousand parents of children up to 14 years of age. According to this, 38 percent of parents state that their child has been less active since the beginning of the pandemic. This is particularly common among ten to 14 year olds – around half in this age group (57 percent) move noticeably less.

On the other hand, the older children in particular have been eating more fruit since the lockdown, but also more sweets such as chocolate, gummy bears and ice cream, as well as chips and pretzel sticks. Boys in particular use snacks (20 percent), sweets (22 percent) and soft drinks (twelve percent) more often than before the pandemic.

Among the different age groups, it was mainly the ten to twelve year old children who were less able to resist sweet (23 percent) or salty (28 percent) during the lockdown.

This has some consequences for the weight. According to the study, an increase in body weight can be observed particularly in children aged ten to twelve, with boys being affected twice as often as girls (14 percent) at 27 percent.

Overall, 14 percent of families say they have been eating healthier than before since the beginning of the pandemic. Seven percent eat less healthily, and 79 percent have no change. According to the study, these trends are largely independent of income and level of education.

Article from 10/16/2020


Polly, Annie, Mary, Kate and Elizabeth: the women of Jack the Ripper

Hallie Rubenhold investigates in ‘The Five Women’ the story of the victims of the Whitechapel crimes and comes to a surprising conclusion: only one was a prostitute.

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Mary Kelly, represented by the 1888 press.

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Gastronomika points the way to the events sector

San Sebastián Gastronomika-Euskadi Basque Country has managed to introduce some of the most prestigious kitchens on the culinary scene into the homes of thousands of congressmen from around the planet. It has achieved this with a congress that has taken place over five days (from October 5 to 9) and that can already be considered historic: it is a key boost to this type of appointments in times of pandemic. In an environment marked by the covid-19 crisis, with a special impact on the events sector but also on the hotel and restaurant industry, the veteran congress – one of the most recognized in the world – has reinvented itself with its own digital platform and it has been able to bring together 20,700 people, from 103 countries, during five days, with dozens of experiences and training talks that have taken place on various television sets, some of them located in the restaurants themselves. In total, 50 hours of high-quality audiovisual broadcasting, which has managed to raise the expectations of chefs, businessmen, workers and the entire value chain of a thriving activity that the coronavirus stopped in its tracks and that, after the appointment Guipuzcoana, begins to see the future with more optimism.

Restaurateurs coincide in pointing out that success. “The synergy of the ‘on-line’ and ‘off-line’ worlds has come to stay and means a paradigm shift that is going to rethink the future of congresses and the professional connection in general,” says Ferrán Adriá. Juan Mari Arzak points out that “the result has seemed extraordinary to me.” For Elena Arzak, it was “a success because the model is closer and is transmitted with more warmth and authenticity”. And Joan Roca anticipates that “it is the future of gastronomic congresses. The diversity of scenarios enriches it and it is a pioneering format worldwide.

“It is not the same to make an effort for 1,000 people than for 20,000, and with this format in a year 200,000 will have seen me while on the web”

Andoni Luis Aduriz points out that it has been “a framework of opportunity.” «I have noticed a freshness and a joy that I did not notice from the first editions. Curtains have been drawn and windows opened. It is not the same to make an effort for 1,000 people than for 20,000, and with this format within a year, 200,000 will have seen me ”, he highlights. Because the congress is still available on the web and many users continue to sign up to view it even though it has ended.

Recording of one of the talks on the set installed in the Mugaritz restaurant, by Andoni Luis Aduriz.
Recording of one of the talks on the set installed in the Mugaritz restaurant, by Andoni Luis Aduriz. / R.C.

More than 70 presentations have been held at the congress, broadcast on nine sets. In reality, the kitchens of some of the most prestigious restaurants and cooking schools in the Basque Country have become veritable television studios whose on-site work has been broadcast to the rest of the world. The work and lessons of the chefs have made visible the reality of their day to day in the kitchen. The entire event was coordinated from a central set, connecting with the great San Sebastian restaurants, such as Akelarre (Pedro Subijana, with three Michelin stars), Arzak (Juan Mari and Elena Arzak –three stars–), Berasategui (Martín Berasategui –three stars– ), Mugaritz (Andoni Luis Aduriz –two stars–) and Zuberoa (Hilario Arbelaitz –one star–); the Basque Culinary Center; o Aiala, Karlos Arguiñano cooking school.

“It is a paradigm shift that is going to rethink the future of congresses and professional connection”

In this reconversion of the congress, Gastronomika has taken a step further by entering two other great restaurants in the Basque Country: Azurmendi (Eneko Atxa –three stars-) and Etxebarri (Bittor Arginzoniz –one star–). In both, for the first time, it was possible to broadcast live what a culinary service is like in real time. Never before have cameras accessed these two icons of gastronomy to offer such an exclusive image.

Congress in numbers


Number of registered participants, a group that continues to grow with the possibility of viewing the congress even though it has already ended.


Gastronomika has been followed from 103 countries around the world, which has allowed the event to be taken to the last corner of the planet.


Every day, since the congress, 10 hours of television have been broadcast, with 50 hours in a whole week.


The presentations have been the epicenter of Gastronomika, many broadcast from the kitchens of the great restaurants and cooking schools of San Sebastian.


The forum has been structured in fifty sessions and activities from the nine sets located in restaurants and schools.

The congress was completed with Internet connections with restaurants in other parts of Spain and in different parts of the world, such as Senegal, Colombia, Peru, the United Kingdom, Italy or the United States.

All the technological and organizational work has made it possible to broadcast “ten hours of television a day, with an on-demand conference,” says Iñigo Iribarnegaray, general director of New Business at Vocento. For Benjamín Lana, president of the gastronomy division, the event “has returned to the kitchens.” The organization “has made the best of both worlds”, the real and the digital, and has shown “that events can be organized with all security measures.”

Bittor Arginzoniz, during his presentation live from his Asador Etxebarri restaurant in Axpe (Vizcaya).
Bittor Arginzoniz, during his presentation live from his Asador Etxebarri restaurant in Axpe (Vizcaya). / R.C.

Free as a form of support

San Sebastián Gastronomika has been free for the first time in its history for all participants, in a gesture of responsibility before the complex situation that the sector is going through. Iribarnegaray points out that “the objective was to continue doing Gastronomika, continue with the initiative and gain muscle despite the context.”

The event revolved around a large central set around which all kinds of gastronomic experiences have been developed, to which, as in so many years, experts and specialized journalists have been attentive: an exclusive dinner with five of the best chefs heterodox people who seek direct cooking and contact with customers in their homes; an unpublished four hands with Eneko Atxa and Ángel León; or a dinner to celebrate 50 years of Akelarre, Pedro Subijana’s restaurant.

“The diversity of the scenarios enriches it and this congress is already a pioneering format worldwide”

The congress has had the support of key institutions and companies for its development. The representative of one of them, the Deputy Minister of Rural Development of the Junta de Castilla y León, Jorge Llorente Cachorro, explains that “it consolidates a new formula for gastronomic encounters that opens opportunities for work and communication” to make everyone aware of world “local” products such as Tierra de Sabor. This new formula of events, he considers, “is here to stay and opens the doors of global knowledge. The proximity of the universal.

For his part, Francisco Carrasco, commercial director of Carrasco Ibericos, maintains that Gastronomika “shows that the companies that sponsor face-to-face events do not have to be afraid of changes and evolution” of this activity after the success of the Basque congress.


Violent day on Sunday closed with 15 homicides in El Salvador | News from El Salvador

The massacre of six men in a brewery in the La Tiendona area and the death of a soldier in San Martín are some of the violent events that occurred over the weekend.

A massacre of six people in a brewery in San Salvador, the death of a soldier in San Martín when he was shot by criminals and the attack on a police patrol in a sector of Cuscatancingo crowned a violent weekend and especially on Sunday, October 11, which ended with 15 homicides.

The most notorious bloody event of Sunday’s homicide event was undoubtedly the massacre of five men inside a brewery located in the La Tiendona wholesale market area, east of San Salvador, which occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m. the afternoon. In addition, another man who was shot while trying to flee from the shooting and was left lying in the street.

SEE: 6 men are massacred in a brewery near La Tiendona market in San Salvador

The identities of all the victims have not yet been revealed, the Police only identified one of those who died inside the brewery as José Edwin Trejo, 51, while the one who was killed outside it as Carlos Ramos, 22 years.

In addition, it was learned that among the victims one was a baker and the other an employee of a scrap yard.

For this fact, the Police captured last night the sameor a member of gang 18 as allegedly responsible for the massacre. On Monday morning, the Minister of Security, Rogelio Rivas, announced that three more suspects of the six-fold homicide have already been captured and that he does not rule out that there are more involved. He also said that they seized the vehicle in which the attackers were allegedly driving last night and that they located it through the video surveillance system.

Three men participated in the multiple murder. The motive for the event is unknown. Photo EDH / Jorge Reyes

Other acts of violence

About an hour after the massacre, in the Ciudad Futura sector, in the jurisdiction of Cuscatancingo, a police patrol was attacked. Fortunately, there were no fatalities in this last event and further details of the event have not been provided.

While in the municipality of San Martín, a member of the Armed Forces fell in an alleged shooting. No details were specified of the confrontation or if there were other victims or if they were gang members with whom they faced.

Hours later, another man died violently in the vicinity of the San José de San Salvador park and the Route 38 stop. He has not yet been identified by the authorities.

Around 10:49 at night, there was also another homicide in Apopa, supposedly a gang member.

Other homicides were reported in San Vicente, Puerto El Triunfo (Usulután), Santa Catarina Masahuat (Sonsonate), Ilopango and Guazapa (San Salvador).

Increase in weekend cases

The violent Sunday was preceded by a Saturday, October 10, when there were at least eight violent deaths. The Police registered, for example, two homicides in Sensembra (Morazán), two in Cabañas, one in Coatepeque (Santa Ana) and another in Jujutla (Ahuachapán) In addition to one in Santa Rosa de Lima (La Unión), one in Santiago Nonualco (Peace).

ALSO: Police capture suspect of perpetrating massacre in brewery near La Tiendona market

Of the reported deaths, the two registered in Sensembra were identified by the Police as gang members. These were found in the morning hours on a property in the Los Martínez village, El Limón canton.

The Police reported that Jesús Alexander Flores Vásquez, 19; and José R., 17; They were kidnapped this Friday afternoon by about four men who looked like gang members. Their bodies with gunshot wounds were found this morning.

On October 1, another massacre took place. Five men were executed by criminals wearing dark clothes in the Los Lagartos de San Julián canton, Sonsonate.

The victims were José Luis Enamorado, 21 years old; Santos Elías Gutiérrez Esquina, 21; Reyes Laínez Gutiérrez of 29; Feliciano Juárez Sánchez, 63; and his son, Félix Edgardo Juárez Lipe, 19.

Police sources said that day that three of them were members of the Mara Salvatrucha; the other two were apparently unrelated to that group. To date, the authorities have not provided further information on this fact.

Last night, President Nayib Bukele described last night’s massacre as an upswing and that it was something abnormal, however, this is not the first massacre in his administration nor is it the first time that homicides have suddenly increased.

The government has defended the effectiveness and results of the Territorial Control Plan for the reduction of homicides, but analysts or citizens on social networks have begun to criticize the security plan more intensely and doubt that the authorities have removed control of the territory from gangs or have significantly diminished their power to commit murder.

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Grifols tests its “hyperimmune” antibody to covid-19 in patients

The Catalan multinational blood products derivative Grifols announced this Friday the start of the clinical trial in patients of covid-19 of its anti-SARS-CoV-2 hyperimmune immunoglobulin, an antibody developed specifically to treat coronavirus infection. According to the company, “it provides passive immunization to patients, strengthens the immune system and could be used for both prevention and treatment of the disease.” The trial will be randomized and controlled (as in the vaccine validation process) and the safety, tolerability, and efficacy of the product as a treatment for coronavirus patients will be evaluated.

The study, in phase 3, is driven and funded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) in the United States, is international and will be tested by several hospitals. In total, 500 adult patients hospitalized with covid-19 from 58 hospitals in 18 countries, including Spain, will participate. Although these patients present with respiratory symptoms and require hospital admission, tests will not be performed on people in intensive care units (ICUs).

Grifols completes an antibody "hyperimmune" to covid-19 to begin clinical trials

Grifols completes a “hyperimmune” antibody to covid-19 to begin clinical trials

The antibody (which is not a vaccine) has been made from the plasma of healthy donors who have recovered from covid-19 and therefore had antibodies to the disease. “This high-purity drug has a high and consistent concentration of antibodies that would neutralize the virus and could be applied to both the prevention and treatment of the disease,” the company said in a statement.

Patients participating in the trial will receive a combination of hyperimmune immunoglobulin to covid-19 and remdesivir – the antiviral that shortens crucial symptoms such as fever by about two days on average, but is known not to reduce the risk of death. or remdesivir and placebo. The aim is to find out whether early administration of the “hyperimmune” antibody to covid-19 in patients who initiate moderate symptoms – before their immune system produces its protective response – increases the body’s natural response and therefore , the risk of worsening the prognosis and mortality is reduced.

Grifols points out that they have been able to collect “high volumes of plasma from people recovered from covid-19” thanks to the 300 plasma donation centers that collaborate with them in the world. In addition to this trial, he is also leading or participating in 25 coronavirus research projects, according to company sources. For example, treatments with convalescent plasma.


Prosecutor confiscates eight properties worth $ 1.4 million from former Defense Minister David Munguía Payés | News from El Salvador

The properties will be under the administration of CONAB, while the fiscal entity promotes the process so that they finally pass to the State in the Specialized Court for Domain Extinction.

The Attorney General’s Office confiscated five luxurious residences and a beach ranch from the former Minister of Defense, David Victoriano Munguía Payés, his mother and brother, considering that they were acquired illegally.

The properties are immobilized under the responsibility of the National Council for the Administration of Assets (CONAB) while the Public Ministry promotes the process before the Specialized Court for the Extinction of Domain so that the assets can pass, definitively, to the State in case Munguía Payés does not Justify that you obtained them legally.

In two other properties, prosecutors searched for evidence to strengthen the accusation against Munguía Payés, the Prosecutor’s Office reported.

Three of the residences are in the name of Munguía Payés; while the others are owned by her mother, Blanca Lidia López Méndez, and her brother José Roberto Dheming Valle.

The residences are located in private neighborhoods in San Salvador and La Libertad; while the beach ranch is located in the jurisdiction of Tamanique, La Libertad.

The chief prosecutor, Víctor García, confirmed that apart from the real estate they also immobilized financial products, time accounts that were in the name of the former defense minister and his mother.

“The economic value of the assets that have been immobilized this day, amounts to the amount of one million four hundred and forty thousand dollars ($ 1,440,000),” said Garcia.

Tax investigations indicate that Munguía Payés would have obtained the goods as a result of illegal activities and unjustifiably when he exercised his functions as Minister of Defense and Minister of Justice and Public Security, between the years 2009 to 2018.

The intervention of the properties by the Property Extinction Unit of the Prosecutor’s Office is the first step to promote the trial in the specialized court with the intention that they can be definitively passed to the State.

SEE ALSO: Former Minister David Munguía Payés is captured for crimes related to the truce

Last July, Munguía Payés was captured by order of the Prosecutor’s Office to face criminal charges such as: illicit groups, arbitrary acts and breach of duties, crimes that are supposed to have been committed within the framework of the so-called “Truce with gangs.”

Along with Munguía Payés, former President Mauricio Funes, a fugitive from Salvadoran justice, was also accused for crimes of corruption.

On that occasion, the Attorney General, Raúl Melara, assured that both Funes and Munguía Payés were the ones who “led and carried out this issue of a pact between gangs.”

In the case of Funes, because he was a fugitive, the same three crimes that were charged to Munguía Payés were accumulated. The latter, at the initial hearing, was benefited with house arrest for suffering from high blood pressure, which put him at risk of catching COVID-19, if he was sent to a penal center, as the court ruled.

On August 14, Munguía Payés was captured again, but this time together with the former Minister of Defense, José Atilio Benítez Parada; and the former president of the ARENA party, Gustavo López Davidson.

The accusations were made for alleged irregularities in the exchange contract for obsolete and in poor condition weapons with the company Centrum SA, legally represented by López Davidson, according to the Prosecutor’s Office.

The contract consisted in that Defense would exchange 14,930 firearms, 27,721 magazines, 2,706,472 7.62-caliber cartridges and 9,800 spare parts for a G-3 rifle, in poor condition, valued at $ 2,051,893.00.

In return, the Centrum company committed itself and delivered two M-71 155-millimeter howitzers, a fire control system, a target acquisition system, measuring equipment, a 20-ton jack, an automatic pressure greaser. The howitzers are heavy artillery with 155mm anti-aircraft guns with a range of between 11 and 29 kilometers.

The Prosecutor’s Office accused them of embezzlement (appropriating State resources), arbitrary acts and documentary falsification. In some cases it was as a necessary accomplice.

Munguía Payés, Benítez and López Davidson were granted conditional release.


Bukele governs with 30 officials who were his collaborators in two mayors | News from El Salvador

The key positions in Nayib Bukele’s cabinet are in the hands of those who were his collaborators in the mayor of San Salvador. Among these, the Rodríguez Fuentes brothers stand out, one of whom was recently appointed as president of the Central Reserve Bank; his sister also holds an important position in managing the finances of the Presidential House

At least 30 municipal officials or employees of the Mayor’s Office of San Salvador during the municipal management of Here’s to watching (2015-2018) are part of his current government. Most hold key positions in their cabinet, such as secretariats, ministries, or head autonomous institutions. Some of them have accompanied him even since he won the municipal seat of Nuevo Cuscatlán, La Libertad department (2012-2015).

The newly appointed president of the Central Reserve Bank (BCR), Douglas Pablo Rodríguez Fuentes, is one of thems, although he had already held other positions in the Ministry of Finance since Bukele assumed the presidency of the Republic. First he was director of internal taxes and then he was appointed vice minister of revenue.

The work history of the new BCR president with Bukele dates from when he was mayor of Nuevo Cuscatlán, as indicated in the official’s resume.

After Bukele seized the government of the capital commune, Rodríguez Fuentes served as head of District VI and General Administrator of Cemeteries, according to the minutes of the council meeting in which he was appointed to those positions, dated October 11, 2017 .

Another position of trust in the Bukele government is held by the sister of the newly appointed president of the BCR: Claudia Juana Rodríguez de Guevara.

She is the institutional financial manager of Casa Presidencial, according to her resume published on the Transparency Portal site.

Also read: Nayib Bukele appoints Douglas Rodríguez as president of the BCR

Rodríguez de Guevara is a well-known person of Bukele, because during his administration as mayor of Nuevo Cuscatlán he put her in charge of the financial management of that commune.

Later, when he won the capital’s mayoralty, he also took her away to put her in charge of the Municipal Treasury. This is indicated in the resume of the official.

She is one of the three people, officials of the Presidential House, who are certifiers in the institutional checking accounts of the Presidency of the Republic, according to Agreement No. 59, of June 11, 2019, signed by Bukele.

“AGREES: To appoint, Claudia Juana Rodríguez de Guevara, who serves as Institutional Financial Manager of this Presidency”, reads the document. However, according to the official’s resume, her academic studies only reached the fifth cycle of Business Administration at a private university.

On September 25, El Diario de Hoy requested an interview directly with Rodríguez de Guevara, however, until the afternoon of this Saturday, October 3, no response had been obtained. The request was sent through the email that appears in the official’s resume, published on the Transparency Portal site.

Meanwhile, the appointment of Douglas Pablo Rodríguez Fuentes has been criticized for not complying with the provisions of art. 25 of the Organic Law of the Central Reserve Bank, which requires that the persons appointed to such position must demonstrate at least 10 years of experience in economic and financial matters.

Also: Central Bank president resigns one day after contradicting Bukele’s narrative

Advisers in the mayor’s office, ministers and secretaries in the Presidency

The majority of advisers that Bukele had in the capital commune while he served as mayor, now has them occupying ministries, secretariats and autonomous presidencies.

The president of the Autonomous Port Executive Commission, Federico Anliker López is an example. Conan Tonathiu Castro, Ernesto Castro Aldana, José Ernesto Sanabria, Alejandro Zelaya, Sofía Medina Pérez and Rogelio Eduardo Rivas Polanco, were some of the trusted municipal officials of Bukele, the mayor. They themselves are for Bukele, the President of the Republic.

But in addition to the officials already mentioned, the people in charge of managing the finances, purchases and budget of the Presidency of the Republic, were also with Bukele in the commune of San Salvador or Nuevo Cuscatlán.

In addition to Claudia Juana Rodríguez de Guevara, the financial manager, Jaime David Batres Amaya, Lisset Hernández de Orellana, Carlos Ernesto Palacios Castro, María del Carmen López de Cerna have in common that they worked with Bukele in the mayor’s office of San Salvador.

Now Batres Amaya is the budget manager of the financial management; Hernández de Orellana is the head of accounting for that same department; Palacios Castro is the director of the Directorate of Institutional Procurement and Contracting (DACI); while López de Cerna is the head of the Treasury of the financial management of the Presidency of the Republic.

The resumes of some of these officials, available on the Transparency Portal site, indicate that some do not have or have not completed their university studies. The case of who occupies the position of financial manager is one of those.

The current financial manager of CAPRES has also been linked to Obermet, SA de CV, a company in the family of President Bukele.

According to a journalistic note published by the morning newspaper La Prensa Gráfica, on November 1, 2016, Obermet received 13 contracts from the Salvadoran Tourism Corporation (CORSATUR), between 2009 and 2016, which together totaled 32.4 million dollars. .

On the Obermet board of directors, registered in November 2011, the current CAPRES financial manager appears as the managing director and owner of that advertising company.

The 30 officials

Ernesto Castro Aldana
Private Secretary.
He was Bukele’s private secretary in the mayoralties of Nuevo Cuscatlán and San Salvador.

Mario Edgardo Duran
Minister of the Interior.
Councilor and director of municipal development in the management of Bukele in San Salvador.

Peter Dumas
Director of the State Intelligence Agency.
CAM director in the management of Bukele as capital mayor.

Jose Ernesto Sanabria
Press Secretary of the Presidency.
He was an office advisor in the management of Bukele in the capital commune.

Federico Gerardo Anliker
President of CEPA.
He was an advisor to Nayib Bukele in his management in the mayor of San Salvador.

Rogelio Eduardo Rivas Polanco
Minister of Security.
From 2015 to 2018 he was an advisor to Bukele in the commune of San Salvador.

Martha Carolina Recinos
Presidential Commissioner.
She was an advisor to Bukele when he was mayor of Nuevo Cuscatlán.

Michelle Sol de Castro
Minister of Housing.
He was a councilor for Nuevo Cuscatlán in the management of Bukele in that commune.

Suecy callejas
Minister of Culture.
She served as secretary of culture in the Bukele period in the mayor’s office of San Salvador.

Fernando Andrés López
Minister of the Environment
He was the manager of the Cadastre of Nayib Bukele in the mayor of San Salvador.

Jorge Miguel Kattan
Secretary of Commerce and Investments.
He was the Administration Manager of Bukele in the capital city hall.

Carlos Marroquin
Director of Reconstruction of Social Tissue.
He held the same position in the capital commune in the management of Bukele.

Sofia Veronica Medina
Secretary of Communications.
He was manager of social communication in the building management of Bukele in San Salvador.

Álvaro Ernesto Obyrne:
Director of FOVIAL.
He served as urban development manager during Bukele’s tenure as mayor of San Salvador.

Jaime David Batres Amaya:
Head of the Budget of the financial management of CAPRES.
He held the same position in the mayor’s office of San Salvador.

Daniel Alejandro Álvarez Campos
President of CEL.
He was general manager and planning manager in the Nuevo Cuscatlán mayor’s office.

Jose Alejandro Zelaya Villalobo
Minister of Finance.
He was an advisor to the mayor of San Salvador in the Bukele building period.

Juana Claudia Rodriguez
Institutional Financial Manager.
In the Mayor’s Office of San Salvador and Nuevo Cuscatlán she served as municipal treasurer.

Douglas Pablo Rodriguez
President of the Central Reserve Bank.
With Bukele in San Salvador he was manager of cemeteries and head of District VI.

Jose Alberto Acosta Maldonado
Undersecretary of Commerce and Investments.
With Bukele as mayor of San Salvador he was financial technical manager.

Carlos Palacios Castro
Head of the Institutional Procurement and Contracting Directorate.
In Bukele’s administration in San Salvador, he was head of the UACI.

Mayra Lourdes Argueta
Cooperation Manager at MARN.
With Bukele in San Salvador, he was assistant manager of cadastral procedures.

Julio Enrique Rosales
CEPA Legal Manager.
In the mayor’s office of San Salvador, with Bukele as mayor, he was deputy legal manager.

Rodas Aníbal Hernández
Deputy Executive Director of FOVIAL.
With Bukele as mayor of San Salvador, he was deputy manager of urban services.

Jonathan Fabrizio Mena
Undersecretary of Innovation.
In the capital commune he was head of the Department of technical support and telecommunications.

Sandra Lisset HernÁndez
Head of accounting of the Financial Management of CAPRES.
In the mayor’s office of San Salvador he held the same position.

Maria del Carmen López de Cerna
Head of Treasury of CAPRES financial management.
In the mayor of San Salvador she was in charge of the circulating fund.

Francisco Garay Solorzano
Director of inclusive infrastructure of the MOP.
He was executive director of the Municipal Institute of Youth, of San Salvador.

Vladimir Roberto Reliable Monterrosa
Secretary of Innovation.
In the mayor’s office of San Salvador he was manager of information technology.