The president of The Savior, Nayib Bukelereaches 2,618,862 votes with 96.4% of the minutes processed in the final count of the presidential elections on February 4, which would mean a victory with around 82% of electoral support in the absence of official confirmation, which exceeds the total votes obtained in the 2019 elections, when it registered 1,434,856 votes (53.10%).
Behind Bukele, from the ruling party New ideas (NI), the Farabundo Martí Front for National Liberation (FMLN, left) with 198,809 votes and the National Republican Alliance (Arena, right) with 172,631 votes.
The parties Our time (NT), Solidarity Force and Salvadoran Patriotic Force are located below NEITHERhe FMLN and Sand.
Nuevas Ideas also leads the votes in the remote mode abroad via the internet and in-person voting abroad.
At the end of the final scrutiny, the collegiate entity must firmly declare the results and make official the winner of said elections, which the president has already announced. Nayib Bukele by proclaiming himself the winner last Sunday night with more than 85% of the votes, according to him.
Bukele would become the first president of The Savior to be re-elected, despite the constitutional prohibition, since the country left a military dictatorship of several decades and entered democracy.