Yamandú Orsi assured that the election will be between two parties

Yamandú Orsi assured that the election will be between two parties

The presidential candidate for the Frente Amplio maintained that the direct confrontation is against the National Party, since the rest “accompany.”

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The former mayor of cannelloni and presidential candidate for the Broad Front (FA), Yamandú Orsiassured that the Elections 2024 will be “between two parties”, since the confrontation will be directly against the National Party (PN)which the rest of the partners of the current government alliance “accompany.”

This weekend, within the framework of a party event in the department of Maldonadothe former Canarian leader said at a press conference that “today there are two parties that are confronting each other, the FA and the PN.”

In that sense, he explained that he did not want to “detract” from the rest of the parties, but that some presidential candidates from these political forces have admitted that their reference is the President of the Republic, Luis Lacalle Poutherefore, for Orsi “It is clear that there is one party that leads and the rest accompanies.” The Frente Amplista regretted that this situation occurred and expressed: “I wish it were different, it is not like that.”

Looking ahead to the internal elections on June 30, Orsi understands that the FA “has a more competitive internal team than other times and much more competitive than the PN, apparently.” The latest Opción Consultores survey presents a scenario where Orsi leads by three percentage points over the mayor of Montevideo and presidential candidate, Carolina Cosse.

“Both Carolina (Cosse) or I will most likely go to a national campaign where Alvaro Delgado be the PN candidate,” said the Canarian.

Yamandú Orsi valued the support of Mario Bergara

On the other hand, Orsi positively valued the support from the Senator Mario Bergara after he declined his presidential candidacy.

“In a Frente Amplista government it is clear that all sectors of the FA have to be supportive, regardless of whoever the candidate is,” he said. “No one in the FA can think of doing without support like that of Mario (Bergara), a lifelong colleague, he fills me with joy, pride and an even greater sense of responsibility, he does a lot of good,” he concluded. .

Source: Ambito

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