Through a statement, the founding member of the FA assured that Cosse is the one for “continue the process of political construction that comes from afar” by the leftist coalition.
The PCU remarked that this political construction “had an important moment in the previous electoral campaign”, with the pre-candidacy of the communist senator Oscar Andradewho came third with 23.02% from the 59,646 votes he received.
From the PCU they proposed Cosse to give continuity to this “collective process” started by Andrade, and thus be able to “contribute to the construction of the transformation program” that Uruguay “needs”, as well as to the triumph of the FA in the framework of the 2024 general election.
In the statement, from the PCU they claim to understand that “there should be no election campaign” but “until the FA congress approves the programTherefore, “the effort will be concentrated on responding to the urgent needs” of the people, as well as “the management of the Frente Amplista departmental governments.”
Casa Grande gave its support to Cosse
In the middle of the month, another sector of the Frente Amplio, Big house, announced in an official statement that, from the 12th National Citizen Assembly of the political space, it was unanimously decided to support Cosse’s presidential candidacy. The letter states that “The time has come for Uruguay to have a female president“.
This sector, led by former senator Constanza Moreiramaintained that they promote the candidacy “with conviction”, highlighting the “proven management capacity” of the mayor of Montevideo”, of an “immediate responses to the pressing situations of the present”, as well as “her Frente Amplio commitment”, and her ” leadership on environmental issues.