San Salvador, 28 August (EFE) – Raúl Miyango, the main mediator of the disputed truce (2012-2014) between Salvadoran gangs, died on Monday, according to various local media reports.
Miyango, who is serving a 13-year sentence for aggravated racketeering and racketeering, is “hospitalized” and suffering from pneumonia and “other illnesses,” La Prensa Gráfica newspaper reported.
The gang truce facilitator died this afternoon, according to the state-run El Salvador newspaper.
Digital outlet El Faro noted that, according to a source close to the family, “the request for measures was denied by the justice system for health reasons.”
According to prosecutors, Mijango was indicted along with a group of gang members and accused of leading an organization that, with the permission of the government of former President Mauricio Funes (2009-2014), led to the imprisonment of gang leaders. People offer benefits in exchange for fewer murders. accused.
In October 2018, he was sentenced to 13 years and four months in prison, and he has been transferred to hospitals in the country several times in recent years due to health problems, according to local media reports.
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