Salvador Antonio Gómez Góchez

Salvador Antonio Gómez Góchez (HM1SP2)

Location: Atiquizaya, Ahuachapan Atiquizaya
Country: El Salvador

N 13° 58.49', W 89° 45.435'

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"The Day of the Salvadoran"

United Salvadoran Communities (Unicomdes - USA)Iniciativa Ciudadana Ahuachapeneca (ICA) yFundacion Ahuachapaneca de Desarrollo Comunitario (Fadeco)otorga con beneplácito y admiración a:Salvador Antonio Gómez Góchezel reconocimiento como creador y fundador de: "El Dia del Salvadoreño"en los Estados Unidos de Américareconocido oficialmente por la ciudad y el condadode Los Angeles, el estado de California y, a nivelfederal por el Congreso en Washington D.C. En el año2006, en la resolución H.R. 721, y gestionado mientrasfungia como Director General de la AsociaciónNacional Salvadoreña Americana (Sana),y despues de treinta años en el exilio, espropuesto por sectores populares de laciudadania ahuachapeneca, como Gobernador políticodepartmental, ante el Presidente ConstitucionalMauricio Funes Cartagena, siendo juramentadocomo tal el 25 de mayo de 2011, en virtud de su trabajo y compromiso con lascomunidades más pobres y vulnerables, ha sidoreconocido popularmente como: "El Gobernador del Pueblo" "Jamás resignes tu identidad y muchomenos tu dignidad"(Salgogo)Atiquizaya, 15 de junio de 2013English translation:
United Salvadoran Communities (Unicomdes - USA)Ahuachapeneca

Citizen Initiative (ICA) and Ahuachapaneca Community Development Foundation (Fadeco) give with appreciation and admiration to:Salvador Antonio Gómez Góchez recognition as creator and founder of: "The Day of the Salvadoran" in the United States of America officially recognized by the city and county of Los Angeles,California and at the federal level by Congress in Washington DC in 2006, through H.R. 721, all while serving as Director General of the NationalAmerican Salvadoran Association (Sana), and after thirty years in exile, was proposed by popular sectors of the citizens of Ahuachapán as departmental Governor in the period of Constitutional President Mauricio Funes Cartagena being sworn in as such on May 25, 2011, by virtue of his work and commitment to the poorest and most vulnerable communitieshe has become popularly known as "Governor of the People" "Never forget your identity and much less your dignity" (Salgogo) Atiquizaya, June 15, 2013
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HM NumberHM1SP2
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Year Placed2013
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, June 19th, 2016 at 9:03pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16P E 202107 N 1546674
Decimal Degrees13.97483333, -89.75725000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 13° 58.49', W 89° 45.435'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds13° 58' 29.4000" N, 89° 45' 26.1000" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near Ave 5 de Noviembre Sur, Atiquizaya Ahuachapan , SV
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