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B. 2014-06-01 Ex-rebel becomes El Salvador leader El Salvador
2. 2014-03-13 Leftist candidate declared winner in Salvador's election SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
3. 2014-03-07 El Salvador's ex-guerrilla poised to win presidency El Salvador
2009-03-15 Leftist Funes claims presidency El Salvador
5. 2006-11-06 Ortega headed for victory Nicaragua
6. 2006-11-05 Ortega takes early lead Nicaragua
7. 2001-11-06 Ortega concedes defeat Nicaragua
I. 2000-11-25 Castro led protest to arrest exile Cuba

Ex-rebel becomes El Salvador leader
  Pope lifts ban on 'left-wing' bishop

year 2014 Top ^

  Vatican: Pope Francis has lifted a ban on the beatification of murdered Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero
  Former left-wing rebel leader Salvador Sanchez Ceren, of the FMLN party, has been sworn in as president of El Salvador

  El Salvador: El Salvador's electoral court on Thursday declared leftist candidate Salvador Sanchez Ceren the winner of the tight presidential election
Mar.7 El Salvador's ex-guerrilla poised to win presidency
  Salvador Sanchez Ceren, 69, of the Farabundo Marti National Liberation Front (FMLN) has promised to continue the government's social programs

year 2009 Top ^

Mar.15 Leftist Funes claims presidency
  El Salvador: Mauricio Funes is a member of FMLN, a political party that waged guerrilla war against the government 17 years ago
 The FMLN party's Funes had 51.27%, while the ARENA party's Rodrigo Avila had 48.73%. FMLN victory ended a 20-year hold on the presidency by the right-leaning ARENA

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.6 Ortega headed for victory
  Nicaragua: The revolutionary Marxist who battled a Contra insurgency in the 1980s, was closing in on presidency Nov.5 Ortega takes early lead
  Nicaragua: Leftist Sandinista leader had a strong lead over 4 candidates after an election that could return him to power 16 years

year 2001 Top ^

Nov.6 Ortega concedes defeat
  Nicaragua: Sandinista leader conceded defeat to the governing party candidate Enrique Bolanos

year 2000 Top ^

Nov.25   Castro led protest to arrest exile
   Cuba: Rally demanded justice against Carriles, arrested in Panama for plotting to assassinate Castro

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