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Internal elections should be mandatory, but it is already too late, said Yamandú Orsi

Internal elections should be mandatory, but it is already too late, said Yamandú Orsi
Internal elections should be mandatory, but it is already too late, said Yamandú Orsi

The candidate for the Frente Amplio once again thanked the party’s membership for their commitment.

The presidential candidate of Broad Front (FA), Yamandú Orsivoted this Sunday at the UTU technical school in Canelones, thanked the militants for their participation and regretted that internal elections are not mandatory in the Uruguay.

The former mayor of cannelloni He assured that he expects a lot of turnout in these internal elections that would seem, so far, not to be the most successful in terms of citizen participation. “It would be a good sign,” she said.

In this regard, he commented that he believes that internal elections should be mandatory. “It is too late to reverse that now. If everything else is mandatory, you are targeting different audiences,” he lamented.

Regarding how his day would continue, the candidate said that he would visit a friend and also remember his father, who would have turned 91 today. Later, he said that he would wait with his family until six thirty in the evening, when the elections are over, to go to the central office in Montevideo.

Recognition of militancy and expectations for the formula

Regarding the work of militancy, the pre-candidate thanked everyone who participated. “I want to acknowledge all those who endured, dying of cold, because the lists had to be distributed,” he remarked.

Meanwhile, he said that they hope to know the presidential formula tonight. “I think it is a decision made by the Broad Front, “It is a fact,” he remarked and recalled that the party president himself, Fernando Pereira, He had insisted on this issue. However, he added that not all parties have the obligation to determine their formula this Sunday.

Meanwhile, he recalled the importance of voting and democracy. “Reinforce the commitment to this way of choosing and deciding who governs. I started my civic life with the democratic exit. May that flame never go out,” insisted the Broad Front candidate.

Source: Ambito

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