Pressure grows for El Salvador's poll result

As recounting enters final stages with both sides claiming victory, supporters say they will accept the final decision.

    The recount in El Salvador's presidential election is in its final stages, with a result expected in the next 24 hours.

    There is increasing pressure on officials to declare a winner soon as both parties continue to claim victory.

    The military and supporters of both parties say they will accept the final decision and allow the new president to take office and begin leading the country.

    Al Jazeeera's Cath Turner reports from the capital San Salvador.


    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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