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The Frente Amplio lacks credibility to ask for votes, said Álvaro Delgado

The Frente Amplio lacks credibility to ask for votes, said Álvaro Delgado
The Frente Amplio lacks credibility to ask for votes, said Álvaro Delgado

The presidential candidate for the National Party attacked the opposition for its critical stance against the government.

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The former Secretary of the Presidency and presidential candidate for the National Party (PN), Alvaro Delgadoassured that the Broad Front (FA) It does not have enough “credibility” to ask the citizens for votes, as a result of what the previous governments were and the position that the opposition had during the current government administration.

In the last hours, the nationalist presidential candidate pointed out at a party event in the department of Soriano that the FA is a political force that goes “for the negative” and that regarding the ruling party’s proposals “it has said no to everything”, without “presenting an alternative.”

Regarding the attitude of the FA as an opposition, Slim He indicated: “First with (wanting) the mandatory quarantine, then with the CTIs collapsing, then with the fact that the vaccines were not arriving, then with the LUC and child trafficking, then with the LUC and the easy trigger, after we ran out of water.”

“Yes, the leaders of the Frente Amplio,” the white politician emphasized and added: “From a Frente Amplio without leadership, from a Frente Amplio because of the refusal.” “We still don’t know of any proposal, so they don’t have the credibility today to, honestly, come and ask for people’s trust. They don’t have it,” he continued.

“These inmates are not just any inmates”

The favorite to stay with the white presidential candidacy—according to several polls—also stated that “these inmates are not just any inmates” and that “this election is not just any election,” since “this is an electoral process that begins with the inmates, but that later ends in October or November defining the future of the Uruguay“.

“I am convinced that if the National Party is once again the party with the most votes in the internal election, on June 30 we began to win the national election,” remarked the candidate.

In the 2019 internal elections, in which 40.29% of the electoral roll participated, the PN was the party with the most votes, reaching 39.69% of the votes, that is, about 457,376 people.

The FA, for its part, although it was later the party with the most votes in October, only gathered 22.62% of the votes, the equivalent then of some 259,160 citizens. He Colorado Party (PC) He completed the podium with 184,819, representing 12.84% of the total.

Source: Ambito

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