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The cities in El Salvador, by constitutional provision (Article 203), are economically and administratively autonomous.
San Salvador is governed by a council consisting of a mayor (elected by direct vote every three years, with an option to be re-elected), a trustee and two or more aldermen whose number varies in proportion to the population of the municipality.
Thousands of people were displaced by the disaster and many struggled to find shelter in the ruins.
In 1986, Mayor Morales Ehrlich closed streets in the downtown of the city to create a large pedestrian mall, which has resulted in chronic traffic congestion.
The city is home to the Concejo de Ministros de El Salvador (Council of Ministries of El Salvador), La Asamblea Legislativa (The Legislative Assembly of El Salvador), the Corte Suprema de Justicia (The Supreme Court), and other governmental institutions, as well as the official residence of the president of the Republic.
San Salvador is located in the Salvadoran highlands, surrounded by volcanoes and prone to earthquakes.
Not much is known about Cuzcatlan, as it was abandoned by its inhabitants in an effort to avoid Spanish rule.
Under the orders of conquistador Pedro de Alvarado, his associates Gonzalo de Alvarado and Diego de Holguín occupied the empty settlement and began to develop it.
The hospital's construction was begun by president Carlos Ezeta and finished during the presidency of Tomás Regalado.
On December 2, 1931, president Arturo Araujo was ousted by a military coup d'état and replaced by a military directorate.