|El Salvador Welcomes Street Gangs at Presidential Mansion|
|by Tom McGregor||Sun, Jul 6, 2014, 10:55 PM|
President Salvador Sanchez of El Salvador, a diehard Leftist, worries that the country's street gangs are perceived as "socially excluded." Accordingly, he intends to open his presidential palace as an art gallery to let street gangs enjoy bong parties to get drunk and high on the premises.
The BBC News reports that, "The new president of El Salvador has opened his official residence as an art gallery, welcoming what his office described as the socially excluded. The president's office said visitors would be able to see Salvadoran art and reflect on the country's reality."
President Sanchez is quoted as saying that, "The residence will become a space where we can share with those who have been excluded."
According to the BBC, "President Salvador Sanchez, a former left-wing rebel leader who took office a month ago, said the residence would be open every two weeks. He said he would continue living at his private home during his term of office."
Thugs, rapists and murderers feel 'socially excluded,' so President Sanchez believes they have the human right to live according to their aspirations.
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