The truce between the MS-13 and 18th Street gangs in El Salvador has held since March 2012. The truce has significantly reduced violence in the country, but a recent decision by the Supreme Court could undermine the agreement.
The Constitutional Chamber of the Salvadorean Supreme Court ruled that the appointment of Security Minister David Mungia Payes was illegal. Payes is one of the main architects of the truce.
Tom Wainwright of The Economist joins the show with the latest events and what effect they might have.