Political divisions threaten El Salvador's economic rebound from credit-rating cuts
Mauricio Funes, the president of El Salvador, must rein in hard-line members of his party of former guerrilla leaders and win over the private sector.
Unless the country is to rebound from credit-rating cuts, its economic growth could be at risk.
The extent to which the divide between the moderate Funes and the ex-guerrillas is threatening his government was made all too public by secret US diplomatic cables leaked to Wikileaks and published by Spanish daily El Pais.
Original source: World Politics Review