A press release from the National Association of Private Enterprise (ANEP) reads:
This Friday (17 August 2012), the Legislature issued law reforms to remove social control in autonomous entities as an attempt to silence our Association and Civil Societies in their fight to defend democracy and enforce the law, the Constitution and the decisions of the Constitutional Chamber.
In response, the organized private sector will continue to encourage measures and actions to curb politicians in their intention to gain full power and destroy our democracy.
We will not yield to the FMLN, GANA, PES and CN factions who are attempting to deliver national sovereignty to the Court of Managua, Nicaragua, which is illegal and illegitimate.
ANEP as part of civil society will continue to defend democracy and institutions in El Salvador until the rule of law is restored.
The National Association of Private Enterprise of El Salvador has announced the formation of a team of constitutional lawyers to appeal against any decision issued by a court which they consider illegally appointed.
Already in a press release issued on July 1 the National Association of Private Enterprise (ANEP) noted that:
A draft bill submitted for consultation to employers by the government of El Salvador, proposes a charge of 0.5% on the assets of foreign investors.
An article in Elsalvador.com reports that "The Government plans to charge a "premium" of 0.5% on total investment assets to entrepreneurs who arrive in the country attracted by the newly proposed law on legal stability, according to a draft by the Secretariat sent to the Chairman of the National Association of Private Enterprise (ANEP) a few months ago.