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when are they, what is voted on and who are the candidates

when are they, what is voted on and who are the candidates
when are they, what is voted on and who are the candidates

On Sunday the 30th, some 2,766,323 Uruguayans are invited to cast their vote in what will be a new beginning of the electoral period in the country, which is repeated every five years.

More than 7,000 circuits were enabled by the Electoral Court for elections throughout the year Uruguaywhich will run between 8 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.

You can check your voting location here.

What is voted on Sunday the 30th?

On Sunday the 30th, citizens will be able to participate in the internal elections of the different political forces authorized by the Electoral Court. Voting is not mandatory, so a participation of close to 40% of the eligible voters is expected.

Voters must choose one of the pre-candidates from the internal party in which they wish to participate with the objective of defining the presidential candidates for the October general elections.

There will be two types of voting sheets: one will contain the pre-candidate for the Presidency of the Republic and the list of candidates, starters and substitutes, to integrate the National Deliberative Body. The other will include the list of candidates, starters and substitutes, to integrate the Departmental Deliberative Body.

Who are the pre-candidates in the 2024 internal elections?

In it Broad Front (FA) The former mayor of Canelones and favorite according to the polls aspire to win the party nomination, Yamandu Orsi; the mayor on leave of Montevideo, Carolina Cosseand the mayor of Salto, Andres Lima.

For him National Party (PN) The former Secretary of the Presidency and favorite according to the polls compete, Alvaro Delgado; the economist Laura Raffo; the senator Jorge Gandini; the exedil Carlos Iafigliola and Roxana Corbrán.

The internal party of the Colorado Party is the largest with 6 pre-candidates for president: the lawyer Andres Ojeda, who leads the polls; the former president of Codicen, Robert Silva; the former president of Antel, Gabriel Gurmendez; the former Minister of Tourism, Tabare Viera; the former vice chancellor Carolina Acheand Zaida Gonzalez.

He Independent Party (PI) and Open Town Hall (CA) They attend the internal elections with their usual leaders, the former Minister of Labor Pablo Mieres and the senator Guido Manini Ríosrespectively.

Source: Ambito

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