05 Polls have opened in El Salvador, where voters are choosing legislatures in a big test for the first leftist government since the end of the civil war 20 years ago. Voting began throughout the Central American nation at 1300 GMT on Sunday and was expected to continue until 2300 GMT.
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El Salvador goes to the polls Sunday to choose lawmakers for the legislature in a big test for the leftist government
Counting under way Election monitors said the polls had been calm People in El Salvador have been voting in a general election. The poll is considered a key test for Mauricio Funes, the first leftist president since the end of the civil war two...