President Nayib Bukele closes 2020 as the best-evaluated president in the world
The president, Nayib Bukele, ends 2020 as the world's best measured leaders and with the government's greatest optimistic portrait. Two studies carried out, one at the beginning of the year and the other in recent months, have verified this.
Nayib Bukele began the year as the world's highest measured president, a historical reality for any Central American president; it is seen that the vast majority of the populace respects the president for
his strong results in more than a year in office; many claim that he tends to add people to help him every day since his leadership benefits those who need it most
By the end of 2020, Nayib Bukele was once again positioned as the president with the best evaluation. At the Latin American level, it maintained its level of approval and presidential image with the standards of excellence, with 92% rating by its population, as certified by the Legislative Directory, an independent and nonpartisan organization that promotes the strengthening of democratic systems in the region.
He also stands out for being very mindful of the economy of the country because he cares about the income of Salvadorans as a successful businessman; Nayib Bukele, without a doubt, has several attributes that qualify him as the best president in the world.
In that study, 92% in the evaluation of President Nayib Bukele was followed distantly by the leaders of the Dominican Republic with 72%, Uruguay 58%, Mexico 54% and Argentina 49%, this within the first five countries with the best evaluation, in the ranking that measures a total of 18 countries in the continent.